The American Chamber of Commerce Myanmar
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Investment Incentives & the Changing Power Portfolio, 10 am

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Date & Time: 07-Aug-2017 10:00  
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Duration: 1 hour
Member Cost: USD 10.00
Non-member Cost: USD 15.00

The Myanmar Investment Law and recently released notifications have further opened the window for foreign direct investment in Myanmar. The AMCHAM Legal Committee will discuss the new options for investment, priority sectors, as well as some notable changes in the investment regulations themselves.

This conversation is continued by discussing the government's recent positions and policy changes in developing its power portfolio. The speakers seek to provide insight into the question of "how does the government and the MOEE intend to satisfy growing demand across all sectors?" They discuss trends and recent movement in the MOEE and opportunities for greenfield project sponsors.

Date and Time: August 7, 10 am to 11:00 am
Venue: DFDL Myanmar Office, No 134-A, Than Lwin Road, Golden Valley Ward 1, Bahan Township, Yangon 
Cost: 10,000 Kyats for members; USD 15 or 20,000 Kyats per non-member

About speakers
William D. Greenlee, Jr.
Partner, Managing Director, DFDL Myanmar and AMCHAM Legal Committee Chair
William’s practice focuses on M&A, project finance and securities. He is involved in negotiating, structuring, documenting and managing large private equity and opportunity-fund companies and transactions. He holds a B.A. degree from the University of Oregon in Asian Studies with a minor in East Asian Literature and Juris Doctor from the University of San Francisco, California. Click here for more information.

Dave Seibert
Senior Legal Advisor, DFDL Myanmar
Dave's primary field of expertise focuses on the Energy, Mining, and Infrastructure sectors. In 2002, he studied Japanese language and culture at Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan, going onward to receive a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Robert Morris University, Pennsylvania, USA in 2003. Click here for more information.