We have the specialist expertise to assist Korea based clients with doing business in New Zealand.
We are a leading New Zealand corporate law firm, offering comprehensive legal services to both public and private companies on a full range of corporate and commercial issues and transactions.
Our clients include national and multinational corporations, private equity and venture capital funds, banks and financial institutions, state-owned enterprises, government departments, and local and other statutory authorities.
Our team has experience in assisting foreign investors on financing, negotiating, structuring and securing regulatory approvals for transactions. In particular, we have extensive experience in advising foreign investors on Overseas Investment Office consent requirements, and assisting with transactions that involve acquisitions of sensitive land and business assets in a range of industries. Our team also works with New Zealand businesses looking to expand their operations into Korea.
As a leading New Zealand law firm we also have strong working relationships with leading law firms in Asia, Australia, Canada, the United States of America, the United Kingdom and elsewhere to assist with delivering effective solutions to our clients.
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- Member of Inter Pacific Bar Association (IPBA)
- Member of the International Fiscal Association (IFA)
- Member of LAWASIA
Acting for Dongwon Enterprise
on its potential acquisition of a New Zealand company
Acting for Kookmin Bank
on its establishment of a note issuance programme in New Zealand
Acting for the administrators of a Korean shipping company STX Pan Ocean
in respect of cross-border insolvency issues and a ship arrested in New Zealand
Acting for a consortium which included a major Korean engineering and construction company
on its potential bid for a PPP project in New Zealand
Advising Hyundai Corporation and Hyundai Australia
on potential tax issues in relation to their export transaction with Transpower New Zealand
Acting for Hyun Dae Deer Products
on a banking facility transaction in New Zealand