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Baker McKenzie handles a broad range of advisory matters, such as M&A, professional liability, and general policy issues, combined with dispute resolution capabilities. Fred Burke and Dang Chi Lieu are recommended.

Russin & Vecchi, LLC’s recent clients include the Vietnam National Reinsurance Corporation, Post-Telecommunications Joint Stock Insurance Company, which Mai Thi Minh Hang advised on the sale of 37% of newly issued shares to Dongbu Insurance, and Nippon Life. The practice regularly receives referrals from Clyde & Co LLP, notably to advise international clients on offering cross-border products in Vietnam.

VCI Legal’s banking and capital markets practice head Kent Wong acts for international and domestic insurers, including state-owned PetroVietnam Insurance (PVI), reinsurers, policyholders and brokers.

Frasers Law Company’s founding partner Mark Fraser regularly handles non-contentious matters, notably advising international insurance companies, brokers and reinsurers on the regulatory and operational requirements for establishing and running insurance-related services in Vietnam. Marsh Vietnam Insurance Broking Company is a regular client.

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer’s Vietnam managing partner Tony Foster is advising Zurich Insurance Company on regulatory issues affecting its Vietnam business. Sun Life Financial and HSBC Insurance are other clients. Milton Lawson, who is an experienced dispute resolution lawyer, is another name to note.

LNT & Partners’ practice is built around the expertise of Nguyen Ha Quyen Hoang, a former in-house counsel at an insurance company.

Leadco Legal Counsel’s team is led by Dinh Nhat Quang, who focuses on advising local insurers such as PVI.

A number of Rajah & Tann LCT Lawyers’ attorneys are involved in insurance-related work and, notably, Nguyen Dinh Nha advised Fairfax Asia on its purchase of a 35% stake in the Bank of Investment and Development of Vietnam Insurance. Chau Huy Quang is the name to note for contentious matters.

At Vilaf, Pham Si Hai Quynh continues to act in insurance-related shipping disputes, representing P&I clubs as well as cargo owners seeking compensation.

Vision & Associates’ recent highlights include assisting Asia Capital Reinsurance Group with the review of its Vietnamese establishment licence. Luu Tien Ngoc and Le Tuan Anh regularly handle insurance-related instructions.

YKVN has an active practice in insurance sector M&A and its recent deals include PVI’s sale of a stake to Oman Investment Fund and Munich Re subsidiary Ergo’s acquisition of an interest in Global Insurance Corporation. Managing partner Truong Nhat Quang is the name to note.

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