Baker McKenzie Yangon would like to welcome you to our very first briefing specifically for our Japanese clients and valued contacts.

Please join us for a breakfast briefing on the 18th May 2018, where we will focus on Japanese Investment in Myanmar. The briefing will be run by Jo Daniels, Managing Partner of the Baker McKenzie Yangon office. Yaeko Hodaka, a partner in the Baker McKenzie Tokyo office, will also be on hand to share her insights from a Japanese perspective and provide summary translations as necessary to facilitate understanding.

Topics covered will include:

Recent Reforms in Myanmar

  • Recent reforms: there are number of recent reforms including the liberalisation of the insurance and education industries.
  • Corporations Law: Five implications of the new law for structuring M&A deals.

Infrastructure in Myanmar

  • Public Private Partnerships: whether new laws are necessary or whether the current regulatory regime is sufficient.
  • Structure of PPPs: various structures which are available and what structures the Myanmar government are considering.
  • Electricity: the rise of the gas to power projects.
  • Building Myanmar: Bridging the Infrastructure Gap: a brief overview of the report by The Economist Corporate Network, sponsored by Baker McKenzie. This report addresses the current gap between the funding needed for the ambitious infrastructure growth that Myanmar needs, and the combined local and foreign investment that will be available.

If you would like to attend this briefing, please register via the RSVP link provided below



Event Details

Date Friday 18 May 2018
Time 9:30 am~11:30 am (Registration opens at 9:00)
Venue Baker McKenzie Yangon
Level 18, Unit 18-03, Sule Square
221 Sule Pagoda Road
Kyauktada Township
Yangon, Myanmar
Contact Nick Bone
tel: +95 1 9255 095 ext 8860






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