Banking & Finance

DNA banking lawyers are highly regarded for crafting business‑oriented financing solutions for lenders and borrowers across all industries in Vietnam. Our lawyers have a depth of financing expertise and solid legal experience across the corporate practice to structure complex transactions that are uniquely tailored to the desires of borrowers and lenders.

We also advise a number of fintech companies on non-cash payments (i.e, e-wallet, mobile money), P2P lending and credit rating services.

Our clients include investment banks, private equity companies, finance companies, private companies, public companies and other institutional lenders, investors on a broad range of capital markets and banking and credit transactions.

Focus Areas:

  • Foreign Exchange Controls
  • Credit Rating
  • AML & KYC
  • P2P Lending
  • Syndicated Loans
  • Bilateral Loans
  • Shareholder Loans
  • Offshore Loan Registration

Work Highlights Of Our Lawyers:

  • Advised major local and foreign banks, investment firms, and other financial institutions on licensing and ongoing regulatory compliance
  • Advised a Japanese bank on cybersecurity and data protection
  • Advised a number of foreign-invested companies on offshore loan registration with the State Bank of Vietnam
  • Advised a renewable energy company on an offshore loan of US$350 million
  • Advised a Thai bank on 3 loans valued at US$300 million to a top retail company in Vietnam
  • Advised a leading Vietnamese bank in relation to an offshore loan of US$140 million
  • Advised a foreign bank in Vietnam in relation to a syndicated loan of US$120 million
  • Advise a foreign-invested company on a syndication loan of US$110 million granted by HSBC and a group of offshore financial institutions
  • Advised an offshore company on a corporate loan of US$60 million to its subsidiary in Vietnam
  • Advised a foreign-invested company on a shareholder loan of US$50 million
  • Advised a foreign-invested company in Vietnam on a short-term loan of US$30 million granted by an international bank in Hong Kong