Direct foreign investment is a long-term investment made by a company or government into a foreign concern, typically involving acquiring a source of materials, expanding a company’s footprint, or developing a multinational presence.
Indirect foreign investment, on the other hand, refers to investments made in a foreign country through intermediaries such as mutual funds, exchange-traded funds, or other financial instruments. Our Direct and Indirect Foreign Investments Practice Group helps clients identify potential direct foreign investment opportunities through various means.
Our Foreign Investments Practice Group can provide clients with a comprehensive understanding of potential foreign investment opportunities. We also work closely with clients to develop a clear investment strategy that aligns with their business objectives and goals, and we provide comprehensive legal services throughout the entire investment life cycle.