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Samantha Campbell

Office Managing Partner
Ho Chi Minh City
Hanoi

Samantha Campbell
Phone
+84 8 3822 6198 (Ho Chi Minh City)
Fax
+84 8 3829 5101 (Ho Chi Minh City)
Languages
English, French, Russian

Samantha has advised many clients on how to execute cross-border transactions seamlessly. She has over 15 years' experience helping clients with structuring and implementing complex investments and projects in emerging markets. Samantha currently advises on a broad range of corporate and finance matters in Vietnam and further afield in ASEAN.She is known for delivering practical advice and completing transactions to international standards against a backdrop of often vague regulations in developing countries. 

In Vietnam, Samantha has worked on a number of large-scale and first-in-type transactions, including for financial institutions, in the area of public-private- partnerships and project development, and in connection with restructurings. From these experiences, she has developed a keen sense of how to navigate the uncertainties in this jurisdiction.

Her industry experience covers agribusiness, banking and insurance, energy, heavy industry, ports and logistics and health/pharmaceuticals.Samantha has been consistently nominated as a leading lawyer in Vietnam in Chambers Asia Pacific and in Legal 500 for the past five years.

'She is an 'extremely professional, business-oriented' practitioner who earns great respect from sources . . . She is praised for her ability to effectively distil the local business and regulatory arena into easily understandable advice for her clients.

Education and admissions

Education

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Law, University of Law Limited, 1996
  • Legal Practice Certificate, University of Law Limited, 1996
  • MA Hons (European History and Russian), University of Edinburgh, 1994

Bar admissions and qualifications

  • England and Wales
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