Lex Mundi has announced the admission of Bun & Associates. The firm’s admission to the network, as the exclusive member firm for Cambodia, is effective as of 1 April 2023.
Founded in 2007, Bun & Associates quickly established a reputation as one of the leading full-service firms in the Kingdom. It is one of the few firms in Cambodia to offer clients access to specialist partners and teams, multilingual legal and tax specialists who are qualified in both civil and common law jurisdictions. This is reflected in their advice, which combines global perspectives with an understanding of the local business culture.
Bun & Associates is Cambodia’s premier corporate and business advisory law firm. The practice and sector groups include corporate and commercial, dispute resolution, energy, intellectual property, new technology, projects and infrastructure, real estate and construction, tax and customs and telecommunications.
It is the ‘firm of choice’ for clients, including leading onshore, regional and multinational businesses, governments, state-owned entities and international organizations.
Youdy Bun, Managing Partner and one of the founding partners at Bun & Associates, commented: “We are honoured to join Lex Mundi and look forward to working with fellow member firms. As Cambodia’s economy continues to grow, I am confident we will be working together on new opportunities. Lex Mundi’s global network and resources will be particularly attractive to our local and regional clients as they roll out their expansion strategies.’
“We warmly welcome Bun & Associates to the Lex Mundi network.” said Helena Samaha, President & CEO of Lex Mundi. “Bun & Associates is a highly respected Cambodian firm, with a strong record of success. We are confident that their addition to our growing network will be a valuable asset to our members and their clients.”
For over 15 years, global legal directories, including Chambers and Partners, IFLR1000 and Legal 500 have ranked the firm, partners and lawyers, as amongst the best in Cambodia.
In addition to Cambodia, Lex Mundi has recently added new member firms in Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Oman and Azerbaijan in the last twelve months and offers clients coverage in 125+ countries through more than 700 offices.