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Thailand has been a popular investment destination for a number of Japanese companies and factories. This is partly due to the fact that a foreign investment boom took place as a result of the stronger Japanese yen following the Plaza Accord of 1985. Thailand continues to attract investment from numerous Japanese companies. As of June 2018, the Japanese Chamber of Commerce in Bangkok had a corporate membership of 1,764. Since August 2016, TMI has transferred its attorneys to a leading Bangkok law firm, Tilleke & Gibbins, to gain knowledge of Thailland’s legal system. TMI seeks to provide legal services to clients in a timely and appropriate manner, in partnership with this local law firm.

Bangkok office

Member Attorneys

Daiki Koso
Attorney, Japan
Daiki Koso

Daiki became a representative attorney in the Bangkok Office in January 2019.
Stationed in Bangkok and in cooperation with local Thai attorneys, he handles a wide range of cases in relation to Thailand (including corporate acquisitions, finance, and various other issues regarding expansion and compliance) mainly involving Japanese enterprises and their local subsidiaries.

Shota Sugiura
Attorney, Japan
Shota Sugiura

Since joining TMI in 2017, he has advised and assisted clients with international cases, especially relating to Southeast Asia and Europe. He is currently based in Bangkok, developing a range of services for clients wishing to expand their business in Thailand.

Guide to Our Legal Practice

■ Investment support provided from Japan includes investigations of foreign capital restrictions, M&A due diligence, and contract preparations.

■ Support provided locally to businesses operating in Thailand includes contract preparation and negotiation, labor management including preparation of office rules, and compliance issues.

Access / Contact Information

Name TMI Associates (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Address No.98 Sathorn Square Office Tower, 26th floor, Unit No. 2608-2609, North Sathorn Road, Silom Sub-district, Bangrak District, Bangkok
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