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Kinstellar Launches Sister Law Firm In Southeast Asia

Kinstellar has joined forces with Asia Counsel, which will continue to operate under the existing “Asia Counsel” brand, now in association with Kinstellar Southeast Asia.

Asia Counsel is a prominent and highly regarded law firm based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s business capital. It has over 20 Vietnamese and foreign lawyers, including three partners.

This strategic move marks a significant milestone and a launchpad for the Kinstellar group’s expansion plans in the emerging markets of Southeast Asia. Kinstellar’s new Vietnam and Southeast Asian platform will offer clients significant synergies with the existing Kinstellar full service firm operations in Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Ukraine, Turkey and Uzbekistan.

Bringing Asia Counsel into the Kinstellar family marks a significant milestone for our group and for its development plans for Southeast Asia. We are excited to have a firm of the quality of Asia Counsel in our group and about pursuing the next steps in Southeast Asia, commented Kinstellar Senior Partner Jason Mogg.

Asia Counsel has built an excellent reputation over a decade of on-the-ground experience and excellence. It acts for multinational corporations, UK, US, European, Japanese, Chinese and other Asia-Pacific law firms, as well as global, regional and local investment funds, venture capital funds, private equity investors and financial institutions. It also serves an array of high-profile Vietnamese corporations with their full business lifecycle.

“As we embark on this exciting new chapter, our commitment to delivering exceptional services and maintaining the highest standards remains unwavering. The shared values and goals of Asia Counsel and Kinstellar Southeast Asia undoubtedly will benefit both us and our existing and future clients. Together, we will be better positioned to innovate, serve our clients more effectively, and navigate the rapidly evolving legal landscape,” said Asia Counsel Managing Partner Minh Duong.

Tags: Asia, Asia Counsel, Vietnam
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