Event Info:

  • Mon 08 July, 2019
  • 08:30
  • Himawari Hotel Apartments
  • Member Event




Date and time: 8 July 2019 (Monday), 8:30 am to 12:30 pm

Venue: Himawari Hotel & Apartments

313 Sisowath Quay, Phnom Penh 12007, Cambodia

Cambodia is in the midst of significant economic growth. Its economy has enjoyed an average growth rate of 7.7% between 1995 and 2018, making it among the fastest-growing economies in the world. This growth has been supported by strong garments and tourism sectors, but strides in real estate development, consumer demand and infrastructure have further contributed to Cambodia’s growth story, and have resulted in significant investment flows from its ASEAN and non-ASEAN neighbors, particularly, China and Singapore.

This rapid development has resulted in changes to the on-shore legal and regulatory environment, where laws have had to deal with transaction structures that have not been tested under Cambodia’s still-developing legal system.  The result – as has been the case in other rapidly developing economies – is a legal environment that has needed to catch up with prevailing economic realities.

In this half-day seminar, lawyers from Kelvin Chia Partnership will speak about investment and business laws in Cambodia, and how these laws can affect how persons do business in this jurisdiction. Discussing a wide range of topics from business establishment,cross-border structures, banking and employment, this seminar hopes to provide the participant with a better appreciation of the requirements needed to comply with applicable Cambodia law, the opportunities,challenges and difficulties of establishing and engaging in business in Cambodia, and the direction that the legal environment is set to take in the near to mid-term.

This seminar is free but pre-registration is required at https://forms.gle/4DTuFNQMXwgGG2ms7 or through an email to mao.sokim@kcpartnership.com.

For information on the schedule and the speakers, please go to: https://bit.ly/2XrT41k.

The information provided by Kelvin Chia Partnership Cambodia (KCPC) during the course of this Seminar is not intended to be received as legal or professional advice, and is for informational purpose only. Should you require specific assistance in any matter discussed during this Seminar, please separately consult us. In all cases, any legal advice provided by KCPC in the course of any professional engagement is provided in consultation with a collaborating Cambodia law firm.