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Malaysia: Newsletter No.3 - 6-week of Movement Control in Malaysia until 28 April 2020

The Malaysian government extended its Movement Control Order until 28 April 2020 (Phase 3). The government also announced that an additional sectors are allowed to operate during Phase 3.

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Authors

山中 政人

Masato Yamanaka joined Nishimura & Asahi in April 2008 after working for Mitsui, Yasuda, Wani & Maeda, Linklaters and Miyakezaka Sogo Law Office. After being seconded to Norton Rose Hong Kong, he started working for Nishimura & Asahi (Singapore) LLP in 2012. Since then, he has supported numerous clients with their M&A transactions, finance, and general corporate matters in the ASEAN region, especially in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. He has significant expertise in public M&As in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.

ワンメイ・リョン

Wan May Leong

  • Associate Office Partner
  • Kuala Lumpur*1

She previously lived in Malaysia, Vietnam and Singapore and is fluent in English, Mandarin, Cantonese and Malay. She has extensive experience and local expertise to advise clients from both legal and practical perspective.

She was admitted to the Malaysian Bar in 2013 and is the managing partner of our strategic alliance firm in Malaysia, WM Leong & Co. She is also a partner at Nishimura & Asahi (Singapore) LLP.

眞榮城 大介

After six years of practice in the Tokyo office, Daisuke was seconded to a law firm in the U.S. He joined the Singapore office in 2014 and has managed various M&A transactions including share transfer, subscription of new shares, joint venture formation/dissolution, business transfer, merger, business alliance, etc. in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines, and other Southeast Asian countries. Currently, he focuses on Malaysian practice. He provides appropriate advice to clients based on local practices with over seven years of experience in Southeast Asian matters.