BLP joins rivals in fast-growing Myanmar through local partnership
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has expanded into Myanmar through a tie-up with local outfit Legal Network Consultants (LNC). The Yangon-based firm is now a member of BLP's Asia network, which has been created so that the firm can tap a steady flow of deals coming out of the country. To date BLP has been servicing the market out of Singapore, with a practice led by the firm's Singapore head and project finance partner Alistair Duffield, corporate partner Ken Cheung and energy and projects partner Nomita Nair.
Berwin Leighton Paisner (BLP) has ventured into Myanmar through a non-exclusive tie-up with local outfit Legal Network Consultants (LNC).
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