Active in Myanmar since 2013, Luther is one of the largest law firms and corporate services providers in Yangon. Our international team of more than 50 professionals consist of lawyers, tax consultants, corporate secretaries and accountants from Germany, France, Italy and Myanmar.
With our “one-stop” service solution, Luther Law Firm Limited and Luther Corporate Services Limited provide a comprehensive range of services to assist and advise clients in all stages of the business lifecycle, from the establishment of a Myanmar business through on-going legal and tax advice, bookkeeping, accounting, payroll and payment administration up to the dissolution of enterprises.
We devise and help our clients to implement legal, tax and corporate compliance structures that work and let them focus on being successful in Asia’s last frontier market.
Myanmar’s legal framework is governed by both old and new laws and regulations, as well as internal policies and practices of the Myanmar authorities. Many laws dating back to the colonial and post-independence periods are, with more or less changes, still in force. Since its political and economic opening in 2011, Myanmar has embarked on a comprehensive reform process and is currently overhauling its legal framework.
Our local and international colleagues have the necessary knowledge, experience and commercial expertise to serve our more than 450 clients in this rapidly developing country, including multinational investors, MNCs and SMEs, development organisations, embassies, NGOs and local conglomerates.
To advise each client in the best possible way, our lawyers and tax advisors – in addition to their specialised legal and tax expertise – have expert knowledge of specific industries. Further, our team members are well connected and actively participating and holding positions in various chambers to stay abreast of the latest developments, such as the European Chamber of Commerce in Myanmar, the German Myanmar Business Chamber, the British Chamber of Commerce and French Myanmar Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
We offer pragmatic solutions and recommendations based on best practice guidelines. We never compromise on quality and we always put our clients first. Our lawyers are trained to deliver work products that comply with the highest standards and we will not settle for less.
Luther Corporate Services together with its partners is able to assist its clients in time-consuming accounting and administrative matters, which every company needs to take care of. Our accounting & bookkeeping services and payroll processing services are ideal for the sustainable growth of the business organization as the impact of our services enable our clients to concentrate on growing and developing their business.
2. Management Reports
3. Statutory Accounting
Luther Corporate Services offers advice and assistance in regard to the cessation of the business. This service includes the preparation and filing of all necessary documents for the voluntary winding-up of an entity.
We provide the complete range of corporate secretarial services to companies in Myanmar.
1. Provision of personnel to assume statutory positions or support the company with day to day activities, compliance and filing obligations, such as Representative for Branch
2. General Services to ensure statutory compliance
Together with our partners, we provide fast and efficient service for the formation and registration of a company in Myanmar, whether in the form of a private limited company, branch or representative office. Our services include:
Setting up Services
Advisory services on
Additional Approvals & Registrations
At Luther Corporate Services we offer full outsourcing services for the management of payroll, personnel data and employee benefits. Our services include the following:
Our corporate and individual tax compliance services include:
Luther Corporate Services supports offers cash, fund & payment administration services. For smaller businesses where segregation of duties is an issue, our service functions as an additional internal control with regards to company fund spending.
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