LNT & Partners

Vietnam

Analysis

Overview

Full-service law firm LNT & Partners is known for its work in banking and finance, corporate and M&A and construction. The firm is widely recognised for its legal prowess in both transactional and litigation matters. Notably, its banking group maintains a good relationship with domestic and overseas banks and is regularly sought out by them on a wide range of matters. Corporate partners Nguyen Ha Quyen Hoang and Net Le are key contacts. Anh Tuan Nguyen recently joined the firm to add to its banking and finance practice.

Client feedback

“The team at LNT is dedicated, professional, responsive and always has our interests at heart.” – Corporate and M&A

“The LNT team is one of the best legal service teams we ever worked with. Their quick response, commercial oriented advice and responsive lawyers greatly contributed to the success of the deals we were involved in.” – Energy

Nguyen Ha Quyen Hoang

Profesional, kind and effective.”

Tax

Work highlights

Advised a multinational manufacturer on a tax dispute regarding investment incentives.

Labour and employment

Work highlights

Advised a client on a labour dispute related to probationary periods.

Represented a Vietnamese B2C e-commerce platformon a labour dispute regarding labour contract termination.

Dispute resolution

Work highlights

Advised a multinational beverage producer on a tax dispute.

Represented a global manufacturing company on a labour dispute over its business restructuring.

Corporate and M&A

Work highlights

Assisted General Electric in securing unconditional Vietnam clearance for its global sale of GE Capital Aviation Services to AerCap Holdings.

Advised ATAD Steel Structure Corporation on its capital and business partnership with Kanematsu Corporation.

Banking and finance

Work highlights

Advised Dakdrinh Hydropower on a $95 million loan agreement with the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and Natixis Bank to refinance the Dakdrinh Hydropower Plant Project.

Advised Chrysaor Holdings on a $3 billion facility from a syndication of lenders to sponsor its merger with Premier Oil and to refinance the merged entity’s debt.