Highest rankings for Japan in IFLR1000 2019
- Award winners
- Nishimura & AsahiMasaru OnoKoichi KusanoHiroshi MaedaKatsu SengokuMasahiro UenoKei ItoYo OtaTatsuya TanigawaHajime UenoKosuke ShibukawaNagahide Sato
Nishimura & Asahi has received the highest ranking (“Tier 1”) in all seven practice areas covered by the 2019 edition of IFLR1000 Japan. The Japan guide also recognized a number of our lawyers as leading lawyers in those areas.
The 2019 edition of IFLR1000 Vietnam has selected Nishimura & Asahi as a Notable Firm for M&A. Client feedback about our Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi offices stated: “They were completely professional. They were very familiar with the local law and provided specific solutions for our tasks. Good team work with deep knowledge and experience in Vietnam”.
Jakarta-based Walalangi & Partners (in association with Nishimura & Asahi), has been selected by the 2019 edition of IFLR100 Indonesia as a Notable Firm for Banking and for M&A, and Managing Partner Luky Walalangi is described as “Highly Regarded”.
Japan Firm Rankings (Tier 1 in all seven practice areas)
Capital markets: Debt
Capital markets: Equity
Capital markets: Structured finance and securitisation
Japan Leading Lawyers
Hiroshi Maeda (Banking, Energy and infrastructure, Project finance)
Masaru Ono (Banking, Capital markets: Structured finance and securitisation)
Koichi Kusano (M&A)
Katsu Sengoku (Banking)
Masahiro Ueno (Banking)
Kei Ito (Banking)
Yo Ota (Capital markets, M&A)
Tatsuya Tanigawa (M&A)
Hajime Ueno (Capital markets: Structured finance and securitisation)
Nagahide Sato (Banking, Energy and infrastructure, Project finance)
Kosuke Shibukawa (Banking, Capital markets: Structured finance and securitisation)
IFLR, a leading financial law publication affiliated with Euromoney, annually publishes the IFLR1000 as a global guide to law firms and lawyers. The guide ranks firms in various practice areas, based on surveys and independent research.