We provide professional legal advice and assistance to investors in Vietnam and Myanmar.
With offices in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Yangon, Audier & Partners is led by a core team of France and UK-qualified lawyers, as well as local lawyers, with many years of professional experience.
Our team provides first rate advice and assistance to clients on international and local law matters and has particularly strong expertise in corporate and commercial, mergers and acquisitions, banking and finance, and dispute resolution.
Our clients are international leaders in a range of sectors including real estate, manufacturing, agribusiness, hospitality, infrastructure, distribution and media.
Audier & Partners is among the top law firms in Vietnam. The firm is frequently sought for capital markets, corporate and M&A and real estate work. Industry speciality includes consumer goods and services, particularly in the hospitality area. The firm’s deep bench includes the likes of corporate and M&A specialists Nicolas Audier, Etienne Laumonier and Nicolas Picard as well as construction and real estate expert Bernadette Fahy.
Real estate practice adept at assisting with the development of real estate projects and the transfer of property portfolios, as well as advising on land acquisitions for major businesses. Known for representing major European clients in the hospitality space, with additional experience in residential and retail development. Also assists clients with the re-organisation of their real estate investment structures. Counts financial institutions, property developers, construction companies and hoteliers among its clientele.
Regularly advises local and international clients, including investment banks, funds and other financial institutions. Advises both borrowers and lenders, with an established track record in debt refinancing, secularization and regulatory advice. Additionally skilled at advising on capital market matters, including convertible bond transactions. Also well placed to handle project finance and e-commerce mandates.”