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Anthony Woolley

Counsel
Ulaanbaatar

Anthony Woolley

Counsel Anthony Woolley has been based in Mongolia since March 2012. He advises both international and domestic clients on acquisitions, financing, real estate, incorporation, insolvency, liquidations and restructuring, licensing and compliance, with particular emphasis on issues that may arise in Mongolia. Anthony is recognized by leading directories for his knowledge of the Mongolian market and his practical approach. 

After many years practicing in Mongolia, and a short period spent in Iraq, Anthony is experienced in working in 'frontier' locations, and understands the challenges of doing business in such climates. He has been involved in some of the largest and 'first of their kind' deals to have taken place in Mongolia. 

Anthony trained and qualified at well-known International firm in London, and is admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales. He speaks English and Japanese.

'Interviewees highlight his ability to give 'timely and practical advice on dealing with real, rather than theoretical, situations''

Chambers Asia-Pacific 2015

Representative Experience

Assisting General Electric with its equity investment in the U.S.$122m Salkhit wind farm project.

Acting for several international financial institutions in extending credit to Mongolian companies in exchange for security over Mongolia-based assets.

Acting for a European property developer in its joint venture with a Mongolian bank developing new office headquarters.

Registering and incorporating local subsidiaries of international companies setting up businesses in Mongolia, as well as related advice on conducting business in Mongolia.

Advising a global multinational supplement supplier on various matters relating to the import and distribution of its products in Mongolia.

Acting for an international outdoor advertising company in its joint venture advertising project with the Ulaanbaatar city government and TDB Media.

Acting for several international financial institutions in extending credit to Mongolian companies in exchange for security over Mongolia-based assets.

Acting for leading Mongolian mobile telecommunications provider, on various regulatory and commercial matters related to its business in Mongolia.

Advising several Japanese pharmaceutical and cosmetics houses on trademark infringements.

Acting for an international mining services company in relation to the construction and development of its new service centre in the Khanbogd region of Mongolia.

Education and admissions

Memberships

  • Law Society of England and Wales
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