The new Companies Law will dramatically change the mergers and acquisitions landscape in Myanmar. Allowing foreign investors to hold 35% equity interest in Myanmar companies and with the introduction of preference shares, foreign investors will have a number of structuring options to choose from when investing in Myanmar. This session will assist foreign investors to prepare for upcoming mergers and acquisitions, as well as local companies prepare for due diligence exercises when taking on foreign investment.
This session will cover:
• The changing landscape of due diligence exercises
• Investment structure options
• Closing the deal
• Case studies demonstrating possible acquisitions structures
Date and Time: April 10, 9 am to 11 am
Venue: Inwa Room, Level 3, Sule Shangri-La Hotel Yangon
Cost: USD 15 or 22,000 Kyats per member; USD 25 or 35,000 Kyats per non-member
About the Speaker:
Jo Daniels, Managing Partner of Baker McKenzie Yangon
Jo Daniels is the managing partner of Baker McKenzie's Yangon office. She transitioned to this role from the Brisbane office, which she helped launch, bringing more than 20 years of experience in infrastructure sectors including railways, tollroads, ports, electricity, pipelines and export facilities. In Myanmar, she advises clients on major projects as well as large-scale M&A and a range of corporate matters related to market entry. For more information, please click here.
**NOTE: This is the third session of the New Companies Law Briefing Series.
- Session 1: Implications of the Companies Law for Directors and Officers (For more information and to register, click here)
- Session 2: Corporate Governance & Company Secretarial under Companies Law (For more information and to register click here)