William D Greenlee, Jr.

William D Greenlee, Jr.

Partner; Managing Director, Myanmar


  • Corporate & Commercial
  • Mergers & Acquisitions

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William Greenlee specializes in mergers and acquisitions, corporate and project finance and securities matters. He is involved in negotiations, structuring, drafting agreements and management of large transactions, private equity, opportunity-fund companies and other international companies’ projects. With a focus on Southeast Asia, William advises clients from a range of sectors, including energy, mining, infrastructure, oil and gas, banking, telecommunications and tourism. William is a member of the State Bar of California, State Bar of Nevada, State Bar of California International Law Section and the Inter-Pacific Bar Association.
Areas of Practice

Corporate & Commercial | Mergers & Acquisitions


Myanmar Investment Guide Synopsis
DFDL, June 2020

 Myanmar continues to generate intense investor interest in what remains one of the world’s largest frontier markets. Ever since 2011 when the country first opened its doors to foreign investment and participation, its economy has continued to surge with greater diversification of its markets and deepening sophistication of its consumer base...

Myanmar Legal Update: Companies’ Re – registration, Formation, and Corporate Compliance filing under the Myanmar Companies (Electronic Registry System and Miscellaneous Matters) Regulations 2018
DFDL, July 2018

A new electronic registry system called Myanmar Companies Online (“MyCo”) is to be launched with the coming into force of the new Myanmar Companies Law 2017 (“MCL”) on the 1st of August. The Directorate of Investment and Company Administration (“DICA”) is introducing MyCo with the purpose of streamlining company filings and making the process more transparent...

Legal Wheels Turn for Foreign Investors in Myanmar
DFDL, August 2016

While the initial rush of foreign investors to Myanmar slowed down in 2015, likely due to the November elections, 2016 is predicted to be a year of rapid growth. The almost complete transition of power to Aung San Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy (NLD), formerly in opposition, represents an impressive step forward to stability for the nation, and to opening up to the world...