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In this annual ranking, ALB picks the leading law firms for M&A work in the region. Ranked law firms stand out in their respective jurisdictions for the quality of work, and size and profile of deals, as well as clients.

M&A activity in Asia has remained robust through 2022 and is firmly on the path to recovery in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Even though the total number and value of transactions were lower in the first half of the year compared with a year earlier for some countries in the region, activity continued to rebound when compared to the first half of 2020, at the onset of the pandemic.

And yet, despite a robust recovery from the lows experienced in the first half of 2020, geopolitical challenges in the region along with ongoing – albeit sporadic –COVID-19-related restrictions in several locations had a direct impact on dealmaking activity in the Asian region overall and, specifically, in the Asia Pacific.

“Despite major geopolitical and financial headwinds, Asia-Pacific (APAC) M&A activity in H1 2022 has been robust, according to the analysis of M&A data by EY teams,” said Big Four accounting firm and consultancy EY in a report it released in mid-August.

“Domestic M&A transactions declined in the first half of the year, and there is little prospect of a significant rebound in the short term. However, investor sentiment is still strong and activity in certain segments remains high. If some adverse factors – such as COVID, weak stock markets and regulatory and geopolitical concerns – can start to ease, investor confidence will gradually recover.”

— David Brown, PwC

It is not all good news. Mainland China, long a driver of growth, has seen a noticeable freeze in activity. Analysts at another Big Four accounting firm, PwC, reported that the value of the transactions in mainland China during the first half of 2022 fell to $236.7 billion, a half-year low last seen in 2014.

“Domestic M&A transactions declined in the first half of the year, and there is little prospect of a significant rebound in the short term,” said David Brown, who leads PwC’s deals business for Asia Pacific.

Despite the challenges, PwC says that investor sentiment is still strong.

“Activity in certain segments remains high. If some adverse factors – such as COVID, weak stock markets and regulatory and geopolitical concerns – can start to ease, investor confidence will gradually recover.”

Figures from EY show that 648 deals worth $403 billion took place during the first half of 2022 in the Asia Pacific. The figure, if contrasted with the report by PwC, shows that M&A activity in China still accounts for over half of all M&A in the Asia Pacific region.

“Asia-Pacific companies across sectors are experiencing increasing pressure to transform their businesses to keep pace with rapidly evolving consumer preferences; digital disruption; and environment, social and governance (ESG) issues. Despite economic headwinds, CEOs across Asia-Pacific are focused on the long term and are pursuing trans-actions that set up their organisations for future growth,” said Yew-Poh Mak, Asia-Pacific strategy and transactions leader at EY.

CHINA

Chinese investors continue to look abroad for acquisitions, while the central government is also encouraging Chinese firms to invest overseas as part of its Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). However, according to PwC, the value of the transactions in China during the first half of 2022, fell to levels not seen since 2014.

The fall in the number and value of M&A transactions is also aligned with a fall in mega deals, transactions worth more than $1 billion. According to PwC, there were only 22 deals of that type, which is less than half the number of the figure recorded for the second half of 2021.

On the other hand, the figure for private equity (PE) deals fell by almost a quarter reaching $1,185.5 million, according to PwC.

“Domestic M&A transactions declined in the first half of the year, and there is little prospect of a significant rebound in the short term. However, investor sentiment is still strong and activity in certain segments remains high. If some adverse factors – such as COVID, weak stock markets and regulatory and geopolitical concerns – can start to ease, investor confidence will gradually recover,” said David Brown, deals leader for Asia Pacific at PwC.

The Chinese government has indicated a desire to increase its overseas investments, and this could lead to more M&A activity in other countries if companies feel pressured by Beijing’s policies at home.

According to PwC, outbound M&A activity increased by 30 percent during the first half of the year, marked by the acquisition of Aramco Gas Pipelines in Saudi Arabia in a deal worth about $15.5 billion.

As for the outlook for the rest of the year, PwC warns about regulatory uncertainties, the continuous impact of COVID-19 with lockdowns and travel restrictions still in place across China and likely to continue, as well as geopolitical tensions in the region and among important trade partners.

“Various factors, including weak stock and property markets, have inhibited what was an active M&A environment. Unless some of these adverse factors are alleviated, inbound and outbound M&A transactions will remain subdued in the second half of the year. The volume of private equity fund investments will also be slightly lower than in the first half of the year,” said Chris Chan, PwC Mainland China, and Hong Kong financial services deals leader.

INDIA

While China has slowed down, India has picked up.

Dealmaking activity in India is growing steadily, according to figures released by accounting and consulting firm Grant Thornton, which show that not only the number of deals increased in the first half of 2022, compared with the first half of 2021, but also the total value of deals. According to Grant Thornton’s data, the number of deals in India rose from 710 to 1,149 year-on-year while the value of those deals more than doubled from $40.7 billion to $104.3 billion.

“This represented a significant 34 percent increase in the overall deal volumes, while values more than doubled - recording a 143 percent increase in the deal values,” said Grant Thorton in a mid-year report.

“Amid macro-economic stress, the overall deal sentiment in India for 2022 is expected to continue given the support from the government on infrastructure spending, supply-side response and key fiscal measures. These measures are expected to provide support to the economy from elevated commodity prices and cap the possibility of a second-round effect of inflation.”

— Shanthi Vijetha, Grant Thornton Bharat

According to the consulting firm, 285 M&A deals were executed during the first half of 2022, accounting for a value of $79.2 billion, while the volume of private equity transactions was of 865, worth $25.1 billion.

The largest deals that took place in India during the first six months of the year, were the merger between HDFC Bank and HDFC, the merger between LTI and Mindtree, Holcim´s assets acquisition by Adani Group, and the deal between Axis Bank and Citicorp.

“Amid macro-economic stress, the overall deal sentiment for 2022 is expected to continue given the support from the government on infrastructure spending, supply-side response, and key fiscal measures. These measures are expected to provide support to the economy from elevated commodity prices and cap the possibility of a second-round effect of inflation,” said Shanthi Vijetha, partner at Grant Thornton Bharat.

ASIA-PACIFIC

The Asia Pacific region saw an increase in dealmaking value during the first half of 2022, compared to pre-pandemic figures. Private equity transactions were the main factor behind the growth of 47 percent.

“Even though capital market conditions have tightened sharply through the first half of 2022, PE firms still have large amounts of cash that will need to be deployed in the latter half of the year (dry powder in Asia-Pacific funds stood at $455.2b in July 2022),” said EY.

“The abundance of private liquidity is likely to play a role in fuelling the APAC M&A market. Some PE funds will use M&A to enter new markets, while others will consolidate and expand their existing footprint. As interest rates rise, I expect to see fundraising shift from growth-oriented, future-value sectors to those with a focus on strength of earn-ings and pricing power, such as private health, education, and real estate,” said Mak, from EY.

For his part, Aurojyoti Bose, lead analyst at GlobalData said that the growth in the first half of 2022 in the Asia Pacific region is significant one considers the totals in the region beyond the results that came out from China alone.

“The growth in H1 2022 becomes even more significant despite China, which is the most prominent APAC market, witnessing a decline in deal activity. Meanwhile, several other key APAC markets displayed resilience to the prevailing market volatility and managed to register year-on-year double-digit growth in deal activity in H1 2022.”

According to GlobalData, the number of deals announced during the first half of the year, increased in India by 34.9 percent, Japan by 17.9 percent, Australia by 2.9 percent, South Korea by 27.9 percent, Singapore by 27.6 percent, Indonesia by 31.3 percent and New Zealand by 16.1 percent.

“The number of M&A and venture financing deals increased by 2.2 percent and 19 percent, respectively, whereas the number of private equity deals decreased by 18.7 percent in H1 2022 compared to H1 2021,” GlobalData reported.

As for South Korea, the country has a huge pipeline of M&A deals that are likely to begin materialising in the third quarter of 2022. These are mostly deals that were not executed in the first half of the year.

“South Korea has megadeals worth billions of dollars in the queue, plus a series of huge investment plans recently announced by large corporations,” said Intralinks, an inter-enterprise content management and collaboration solutions company, in a report published in late June.

Meanwhile, the Asian region as a whole could get a boost in the third quarter, KPMG said in a July report.

“Across Asia, M&A activity could get a boost heading into Q3’22 as investors and corporates look to take advantage of the lower valuation environment and tightening funding environment to find inorganic growth opportunities and opportunities to gain market share,” the firm said.

JAPAN

Despite headwinds for M&A activity in the Asia Pacific, Japan also had a rela-tively good first half of 2022.

The number of deals in Japan increased 17.9 percent during the first half of the year compared to 2021, according to GlobalData. During the first quarter of the year alone, Japan accounted for 7 percent of the total value of M&A trans-actions in the Asia Pacific region.

However, data gathered by Bloomberg, shows that the value of deals in Japan during the first half of the year fell about 20 percent compared to the first half of 2021, reaching a total value of about $86.5 billion.

Most of these deals were driven by familiar names. In broad strokes, the most commonly used advisors in transactions, by volume, were Nomura Holdings, Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, Mizuho Financial Group, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley, and UBS. In terms of the value of deals, Mitsubishi UFJ Morgan Stanley was the top advisor, with trans-actions worth about $13.6 billion.

THAILAND

Despite a slow beginning of the year in terms of the number and value of deals in Thailand, the second quarter of 2022 saw a recovery in M&A activity. The Southeast Asian nation saw 89 deals during the first half of the year, worth about $2.4 billion.

“The decline in investment activities is underpinned by recent geopolitical developments, ongoing supply chain disruptions and the prolonged Omicron outbreak in Thailand,” KPMG explained, when commenting on the Q1 results in Thailand.

“From an M&A perspective, deal makers continue to closely monitor the interest rate environment and the Thai baht’s performance, which has implications on valuations, access to cheaper capital and foreign exchange exposures,” KPMG added in a report of the Q2 results.

According to KPMG, the financial services sector, industrial manufacturing and healthcare and life sciences sector accounted for 73 percent of the total deals value in Q2.

The Bumrungrad Hospital acquisition by Kiatnakin Phatra Securities and Kiatnakin Phatra Bank, a deal worth about $357.5 million, was the largest transaction recorded in the first half of 2022 in Thailand.

“Major M&A themes, such as portfolio calibration and enhancement, transformation and seeking economies of scale, will continue to dominate the M&A landscape in the second half of this year as investors look to strengthen their competitive positions and find new avenues of growth,” said KPMG.

The consulting firm said that deal-makers in Thailand and abroad will continue to monitor geopolitical tensions and rising inflation “and their consequent impact on supply chains, demand and economic policies.”

 

THE LIST

CHINA DOMESTIC

TIER 1

Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Haiwen & Partners

Han Kun Law Offices

Jingtian & Gongcheng

JunHe

King & Wood Mallesons

Zhong Lun Law Firm

TIER 2

AllBright Law Offices

DaHui Lawyers

DeHeng Law Offices

Global Law Offices

Grandall Law Firm

Guantao Law Firm

Jia Yuan Law Offices

Jincheng Tongda & Neal Law Firm

Llinks Law Offices

Tian Yuan Law Firm

TIER 3

AnJie Law Firm

Broad & Bright Law Firm

Co-effort Law Firm

Dentons China

East & Concord Partners

Grandway Law Offices

Hui Ye Law Firm

Shihui Partners

T&D Associates

Tahota Law Firm

NOTABLE FIRMS

Beijing DHH Law Firm

Beijing Docvit Law Firm

HHP Attorneys-At-Law

Hylands Law Firm

Kangda Law Firm

Long An Law Firm

V&T Law Firm

Yenlex Partners

 

CHINA INTERNATIONAL

TIER 1

Clifford Chance

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Linklaters

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom

TIER 2

Allen & Overy

Baker McKenzie FenXun

Davis Polk & Wardwell

DLA Piper

Hogan Lovells

Norton Rose Fulbright

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett

White & Case

TIER 3

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius

Morrison & Foerster

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe

Paul Hastings

Shearman & Sterling

Sullivan & Cromwell

Weil, Gotshal & Manges

NOTABLE FIRMS

Ashurst

Bird & Bird

CMS

Dorsey & Whitney

Eversheds Sutherland

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

Gide Loyrette Nouel

Herbert Smith Freehills

Jones Day

K&L Gates

Latham & Watkins

Mayer Brown

Milbank

Nishimura & Asahi

O’Melveny

Reed Smith

Ropes & Gray

Seyfarth Shaw

Simmons & Simmons

Winston & Strawn

 

HONG KONG

TIER 1

Clifford Chance

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Kirkland & Ellis

Linklaters

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom

Slaughter and May

TIER 2

Allen & Overy

Davis Polk & Wardwell

Herbert Smith Freehills

Latham & Watkins

Norton Rose Fulbright

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett

Sullivan & Cromwell

Weil, Gotshal & Manges

TIER 3

Ashurst

Baker McKenzie

Deacons

Debevoise & Plimpton

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher

Hogan Lovells

King & Wood Mallesons

Mayer Brown

Morrison & Foerster

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison

Reed Smith

Shearman & Sterling

White & Case

NOTABLE FIRMS

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld

Bird & Bird

Charltons Law

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton

CMS

Dechert

Dorsey & Whitney

Eric Chow & Co. in Association with Commerce & Finance Law Offices

Eversheds Sutherland

Gallant

Georgiou Payne Stewien

Goodwin

H.M Chan & Co. (Taylor Wessing)

Howse Williams

K&L Gates

LC Lawyers (EY)

Milbank

Minter Ellison

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius

Oldham Li & Nie

O’Melveny

Paul Hastings

Proskauer Rose

Ropes & Gray

Seyfarth Shaw

Sidley Austin

Simmons & Simmons

Stephenson Harwood

Stevenson Wong & Co

Tanner De Witt

Winston & Strawn

Vivien Chan & Co

 

INDIA

TIER 1

AZB & Partners

Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

DSK Legal

Economic Laws Practice

IndusLaw

J Sagar Associates

Khaitan & Co.

Kochhar & Co.

Luthra & Luthra Law Offices

Majmudar & Partners

S&R Associates

Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co

Trilegal

TIER 2

Argus Partners

Bharucha & Partners

Desai & Diwanji

HSA Advocates

Link Legal

Nishith Desai Associates

Phoenix Legal

Saraf and Partners

Talwar Thakore & Associates

Touchstone Partners

Veritas Legal

TIER 3

ALMT Legal

Chandhiok & Mahajan, Advocates & Solicitors

Clasis Law

Dhir & Dhir Associates

Fox Mandal & Associates

Hammurabi & Solomon Partners

Juris Corp

Krishnamurthy & Co. (K Law)

LexCounsel

Rajani & Associates

Samvad Partners

Sarthak Advocates & Solicitors

Singh & Associates

Singhania & Partners

Spice Route Legal

Tatva Legal

Vertices Partners

Wadia Ghandy & Co

NOTABLE FIRMS

AKS Partners

Archer & Angel

Begur & Partners

Burgeon Law

Calibre Legal

Dua Associates

Gravitas Legal

Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan, Attorneys

Mansukhlal Hiralal & Co

NovoJuris Legal

Pioneer Legal

Sagus Legal

Stratage Law Partners, Advocates & Solicitors

Tempus Law Associates

Trust Legal, Advocates & Consultants

Vaish Associates, Advocates

 

INDONESIA

TIER 1

ABNR Counsellors at Law

Assegaf Hamzah & Partners

Ginting & Reksodiputro in association with Allen & Overy

Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners, a member firm of Baker McKenzie

Hiswara Bunjamin & Tandjung in association with Herbert Smith Freehills

SSEK Legal Consultants

TIER 2

Dentons HPRP

Lubis Ganie Surowidjojo

Makarim & Taira S.

Makes & Partners

Melli Darsa & Co

Oentoeng Suria & Partners in association with Ashurst

Soemadipradja & Taher

Walalangi & Partners (in association with Nishimura & Asahi)

Widyawan & Partners

TIER 3

AYMP Atelier of Law

Christian Teo & Partners

Hogan Lovells DNFP, in association with Dewi Negara Fachri & Partners

Mochtar Karuwin Komar

Roosdiono & Partners

NOTABLE FIRMS

Adisuryo Dwinanto & Co (ADCO Law)

Adnan Kelana Haryanto & Hermanto

Azwar Hadisupani Rum &Partners

Budiarto Law Partnership

Budidjaja International Lawyers

FKNK Law Firm

Hendra Soenardi

Hutabarat Halim & Rekan (HHR Lawyers)

IABF Law Firm

Imran Muntaz & Co

Leks&Co

SUTEDJA & ASSOCIATES

Tjajo & Partners

TNB & Partners in association with Norton Rose Fulbright Australia

UMBRA – Strategic Legal Solutions

 

JAPAN DOMESTIC

TIER 1

Anderson Mori & Tomotsune

Mori Hamada & Matsumoto

Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu

Nishimura & Asahi

TMI Associates

TIER 2

Atsumi & Sakai

Ushijima & Partners

TIER 3

City-Yuwa Partners

Hibiya-Nakata

Miura & Partners

Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners

southgate

 

JAPAN DOMESTIC

TIER 1

Allen & Overy Gaikokuho Kyodo Jigyo Horitsu Jimusho

Baker McKenzie (Gaikokuho Joint Enterprise)

Herbert Smith Freehills

Morrison & Foerster/ Ito & Mitomi

Shearman & Sterling

Simpson Thacher & Bartlett

TIER 2

Clifford Chance

Davis Polk & Wardwell

DLA Piper

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Hogan Lovells Horitsu Jimusho Gaikokuho Kyodo Jigyo

Linklaters

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom

White & Case - White & Case Law Offices (Registered Association)

NOTABLE FIRMS

Ashurst

Jones Day

King & Spalding

Latham & Watkins Gaikokuho Joint Enterprise

Mayer Brown GJBJ

Milbank

Norton Rose Fulbright

Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe

Paul Hastings

Ropes & Gray

Simmons & Simmons

Squire Gaikokuho Kyodo Jigyo Horitsu Jimusho

 

MALAYSIA

TIER 1

Christopher & Lee Ong

Rahmat Lim & Partners

Shearn Delamore & Co

Skrine

Wong & Partners (member firm of Baker McKenzie)

TIER 2

Abdullah Chan & Co

Adnan Sundra & Low

Kadir Andri & Partners

Lee Hishammuddin Allen & Gledhill

Mah-Kamariyah & Philip Koh

Zaid Ibrahim & Co (a member of ZICO Law)

Zain & Co

NOTABLE FIRMS

Albar & Partners

Azmi & Associates

Chooi & Company + Cheang & Ariff

Donovan & Ho

Jeff Leong, Poon & Wong

LAW Partnership

Lim Jo Yan & Co

MahWengKwai & Associates

Mohamed Ridza & Co

Naqiz & Partners

Peter Ling & van Geyzel

Raja, Darryl & Loh

Ramesh Dipendra Jeremiah LawTay & Partners

Tay & Partner

 

PHILIPPINES

TIER 1

ACCRALAW

Picazo Buyco Tan Fider & Santos

Quisumbing Torres (member firm of Baker McKenzie)

Romulo Mabanta Buenaventura Sayoc & De Los Angeles

SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan

Villaraza & Angangco (V&A Law)

TIER 2

Castillo Laman Tan Pantaleon & San Jose

Cruz Marcelo & Tenefrancia

Gatmaytan Yap Patacsil Gutierrez & Protacio (C&G Law)

Puno & Puno

Puyat Jacinto & Santos Law Offices

NOTABLE FIRMS

Cochingyan & Peralta Law Offices

DivinaLaw

Gorriceta, Africa, Cauton & Saavedra

Gulapa & Quicho/ Gulapa & Lim (Gulapa Law)

Insights Phillipines Legal Advisors

Kua Sy & Yeung Law Offices (“SKY Law”)

Martinez Vergara Gonzalez & Serrano

Morales & Justiniano

Platon Martinez Flores San Pedro & Leaño

Sarmiento Loriega Law Office

Siguion Reyna, Montecillo & Ongsiako

 

SINGAPORE DOMESTIC

TIER 1

Allen & Gledhill

Rajah & Tann Singapore

Morgan Lewis Stamford

WongPartnership

TIER 2

Drew & Napier

TSMP Law Corporation

TIER 3

Baker McKenzie Wong & Leow

Bird & Bird ATMD

CNPLaw

Dentons Rodyk

Duane Morris & Selvam

Harry Elias Partnership

RHTLaw

Shook Lin & Bok

NOTABLE FIRMS

Dechert

Eng & Co

Oon & Bazul

Prolegis

Virtus Law (Member of the Stephenson Harwood (Singapore) Alliance

Withers KhattarWong

 

SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL

TIER 1

Allen & Overy

Clifford Chance

Linklaters

Milbank

TIER 2

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Herbert Smith Freehills

Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee

Jones Day

Latham & Watkins

Norton Rose Fulbright

Morrison & Foerster

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom

White & Case

TIER 3

Ashurst

Gibson Dunn

HFW

K&L Gates Straits Law

King & Spalding

Pinsent Masons MPillay

Shearman & Sterling

Sidley Austin

Stephenson Harwood (Member of the Stephenson Harwood (Singapore) Alliance)

NOTABLE FIRMS

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

Clyde & Co

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang (Singapore)

Dechert

DLA Piper

King & Wood Mallesons

LNT & Partners

Mayer Brown

Nishimura & Asahi-Bayfront Law Alliance

Reed Smith

 

SOUTH KOREA DOMESTIC

TIER 1

Bae, Kim & Lee

Kim & Chang

Lee & Ko

Shin & Kim

Yulchon

TIER 2

Barun Law

DR & AJU

Hwang Mok Park

Jipyong

KL Partners

SEUM Law

Yoon & Yang

 

SOUTH KOREA INTERNATIONAL

TIER 1

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton

Paul Hastings

Ropes & Gray

White & Case

TIER 2

Ashurst

Baker McKenzie

DLA Piper

Herbert Smith Freehills

Latham & Watkins

O’Melveny

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom

 

TAIWAN

TIER 1

Baker McKenzie

Jones Day

Lee and Li, Attorneys-at-Law

Tsar & Tsai Law Firm

TIER 2

Eiger Law

Formosa Transnational Attorneys at Law

K&L Gates

LCS & Partners

Lexcel Partners

Lin & Partners Attorneys-At-Law

Winkler Partners

TIER 3

Chen & Lin

Formosan Brothers Attorneys at Law

Lee, Tsai & Partners

Liang & Partners

Nishimura & Asahi

PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal, Taiwan

 

THAILAND

TIER 1

Allen & Overy (Thailand)

Baker McKenzie (submission)

Linklaters (Thailand)

Weerawong, Chinnavat & Partners

TIER 2

Chandler MHM

Hunton Andrews Kurth

Siam Premier International Law Office

Thanathip & Partners

Tilleke & Gibbins

NOTABLE FIRMS

Axis Legal

Blumenthal Richter & Sumet

DFDL

DLA Piper

Kudun & Partners

Norton Rose Fulbright

Rajah & Tann Thailand

SCL Nishimura & Asahi

Silk Legal

The Capital Law Office

Watson Farley & Williams

 

VIETNAM

TIER 1

Allen & Overy

Allens

Baker McKenzie

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

Vilaf

YKVN

TIER 2

DFDL

Frasers Law Company

Hogan Lovells

LNT & Partners

Mayer Brown

Nishimura & Asahi

Rajah Tann LCT Lawyers

Tilleke & Gibbins

Vision & Associates

NOTABLE FIRMS

Allen & Gledhill

Global Vietnam Lawyers

MHM Vietnam

 

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