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Vertex Chambers, Tanvir Quader, Dhaka, BANGLADESH

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Tanvir Quader

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Vertex Chambers


Partner. Areas of practice include: Banking and Finance, Mobile Financial Services, IT and Telecommunication, Commercial, Employment, Aviation, Construction, Real Estate, Intellectual Property, Corporate, Taxation, Media and Entertainment, Litigation and ADR. Types of work undertaken include: Advised one of the largest international NGO on its corporate governance restructuring in 19 (nineteen) subsidiaries located in 10 (ten) different countries around the world; Advised one of the leading power sector entity in Bangladesh on its amalgamation with two of its subsidiary companies; Representing a leading international cotton supplier on multiple litigation in connection with enforcing foreign arbitration awards; Advised a leading tobacco company on cross-border trademark protection issue and labour laws (including union issues) in Bangladesh; Advised an international payment platform company on its entry into Bangladesh; Advised a leading venture capital firm in Bangladesh on structuring a PE & VC fund under the applicable laws; Conducted due diligence on 300 acre land for potential acquisition by an European energy company; Advised a professional body of architects in drafting model contracts; Advised several NGO’s on registration, renewal, restructuring and on labour, employment, foreign donation and immigration laws; Successfully represented a leading developer company before the labour court on matters involving termination of workers; Advised a Switzerland based financial company on several cross-border debt investments in Bangladesh; Advised a leading pharmaceutical company on patent laws; Advised a leading mobile telecommunication company regarding restructuring of non-core businesses & related tax implications.  


Barrister at Law, of Lincoln's Inn (2010)

Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh (2013)

Partner, Vertex Chambers (2015)

Head of Legal, bKash Limited (2012-2015)

Co Founder & Treasurer, Jaago Foundation (2007 onwards)

Director, Limited (2014-2015)


English, Bangla, Hindi


Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn

Supreme Court Bar Association (Bangladesh)

Dhaka Bar Association


Post Graduate Diploma in Professional Legal Skills, City Law School, London (2010)

LL.B (Hons.), University of London (2008)

Negotiation Workshop, Harvard Negotiation Institute, Harvard Law School (2014)


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The ‘excellentVertex Chambers focuses on corporate and commercial work, as well as telecoms, energy, finance, aviation, IP and tax matters. The firm advised on agreements concerning the first-ever sukuk bond for a large food processing company in Bangladesh, and assisted Grameenphone, a leading national telecoms operator, with a writ petition filed against the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission. Junayed Ahmed Chowdhury is appreciated for his ‘professionalism, communication skills and commitment to excellence’. The ‘very helpful and informativeTanvir Quader is also recommended.

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