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Hogan Lovells International LLP Offices
38TH FLOOR BITEXCO FINANCIAL TOWER
2 HAI TRIEU, DISTRICT 1
HO CHI MINH CITY
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Long Huynh has 20 years of experience in advising clients (mainly, foreign companies doing business in the country, and foreign-invested enterprises) in Vietnam. He has experience with corporate, mergers and acquisitions, and foreign direct investment matters in Vietnam, advising numerous foreign investors on a wide range of share and asset acquisitions, divestments, joint venture arrangements, financings, project construction contracts, and operation arrangements in a number of sectors.
Long has advised on the creation of numerous wholly-owned subsidiaries and representative offices of foreign clients in Vietnam and provides on-going legal and administrative support for those Vietnamese entities. He also has a remarkable understanding of Vietnamese capital markets matters (including advising on cross-border issuances), major project, and infrastructure matters. In connection with his ongoing support for clients doing business in Vietnam, Long has also helped clients resolve a number of significant commercial disputes through negotiations and arbitrations.
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LL.B., Ho Chi Minh City University of Law, 1998
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At Hogan Lovells International LLP, Singapore-based partner Samantha Campbell heads up the firm’s Vietnam practice and oversees the firm’s involvement in development projects there, in addition to being active in matters further afield. Her industry experience covers power, oil and gas, mining and water, among other areas. Campbell works with senior associate Long Huynh, who is based in Ho Chi Minh City, and provides on-the-ground support.
Hogan Lovells International LLP has a significant presence in the banking and finance arena, with Singapore-based partner Samantha Campbell leading the team. It advises lenders, sponsors and public sector entities on major project finance mandates. Key names in Vietnam include senior associates Long Huynh and George Williams, who both share a similar focus on project finance work.
Hogan Lovells International LLP has a longstanding presence in Vietnam, and its team is notably strong in advising European and US clients on their business activities there. Senior associate Long Huynh, who is based in Ho Chi Minh City, handles matters relating to areas such as healthcare, oil and gas, and real estate, among others. He has been advising foreign investors on entering the Vietnam market since 1998. Although practice head Jeff Olson has moved to an in-house role, the firm is able to leverage the expertise of practitioners across the wider regional network; key contacts include Singapore-based partners Samantha Campbell and Stephanie Keen. Gaston Fernandez relocated from the Miami office to Ho Chi Minh City to lead the firm’s Vietnam offices.