Recently more and more companies are accelerating their expansion abroad. Myanmar is attracting attention as the last frontier in Asia and many companies and people conduct business in there.
However, Myanmar’s language, culture, law system and others are different from other countries and foreign companies and people are faced with some problems on various occasions.
I have been working in Myanmar since 2012 and have realized that providing services which are based on the same concept as in Japan cannot completely satisfy the requirements of clients.
Furthermore I recognized that I need to react quickly and skillfully and provide more speedy and adaptable services than providing services as in Japan in addition to keeping the high quality of our services, however none of the others can satisfy such requirements that clients need.
Therefore I established a law firm which specializes in supporting foreign companies that are expanding into the emerging countries and contribute to the development those countries.
TNY stands for the name of founders, Yuji Tsutsumi and Takahisa Nagata.
We do our best to provide all of clients in Myanmar with high quality service which is adjusted to the dynamic environment, from various experiences obtained through consulting service in Bangkok, Malaysia and Israel.
We promise to provide services in accordance with the following principles.
We provide SPEEDY services because we consider that speed is more important in the emerging countries than in developing countries because the circumstances of these countries and laws change quickly.
We provide ADAPTABLE services according to each country, company and person through we consider the best solutions for our clients, not provide answers to the provision of law.
Concerning questions from our clients, we provide services which not only solve immediate problems but also consider the best way to serve our clients from a GLOBAL perspective.
We provide AMBITIOUS services to realize our clients’ business from our clients’ point of view more than existing law firms do.