Vũ Thị Việt Hà (Ms)

Hanoi, Viet Nam
Email: vuha@v-lead.vn
Corporate and M&A
Foreign Investment
Securities Market
Master of Law in Business, Hanoi Law University, 2001
BA in Finance, Hanoi National Economic University, 2001
Certificate of Professional Training Course on Attorney, Judicial Academy, 2000
BA in English, Hanoi University, 1995
LLB, Hanoi University - Faculty of Law, 1994
Hanoi Bar Association
Vietnam Bar Federation
English and Vietnamese
Years of experience
17 years
Vu Ha has been working as a registered lawyer since early twenties. Vu Ha became a lawyer member of Hanoi Bar Association in 2002 and, before joining V-Lead, she was a lawyer of No. 5 Law Office and then consultant team leader at InvestPro Law Firm (one of the biggest consulting companies in Vietnam). 
Vu Ha is a renowned legal expert for her success in supporting not only foreign investors but also Vietnamese state corporations in doing business and investing in Vietnam. Some key company clients are LG Electronics, Piaggio Vietnam, BBraun Vietnam, Austrian Embassy, Tohkemy, AG-VINA, Coca-Cola Vietnam, Hanoi Tourist Corporation, VINACHEM, Chulai Open Economic Zone, VEIC, Hanoi Construction Corporation, LILAMA, Samsung Singapore, BooYoung Real Estate …
Typical transactions
Advised from the beginning investment steps to operation process of an organisation, especially on establishment of Chu Lai Open Economic Zone (Quang Ngai Province), an almost first special economic zone in Vietnam. The legal consulting services supported other clients such as: AnBinh Bank, Tohkemy Corporation, Piaggio Vietnam, B Braun Vietnam…
Drafted internal regulations, which followed the prevailing Vietnamese Real Estate Business Law, were used for real estate companies to legally standardize their internal process of investment and business operation (including submitting legal files to be granted land use right certificate and investment certificate to put the finished real assets projects into operation). 
Drafted, revised and reviewed several contracts/agreements including but not limited to joint-venture contracts, land leasing contracts, real estate purchase agreement, EPC contracts, trademark licence agreements and technology transfer contract. These legal services supported following clients: Mong Duong Thermoelectric Plant, VINACHEM, HABECO…
Advised clients to re-structure their companies or to purchase shares to domestic or foreign investors. The advisory services included legal supports on research, setting task force, evaluation, contract negotiation and conclusion, restructuring, commercial operation, investment process. Some key clients related are Tohkemy, HAMECO, and LG Electronics Vietnam, B Braun Vietnam.
Set up Association of Foreign Motor Manufacturers in Viet Nam, registerd the first Foreign Charity/Social Fund (INGO) in Vietnam.


This newsletter offers an overview in brief of noticeable regulation updates on March regarding to issues for commercial mediation, traders importing automobile from 9 seaters or below, administrative procedures of House and Land Certificates and business on horse, greyhound racing and international soccer betting

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Ho Chi Minh City is set to begin implementing two projects worth over VND21 trillion (US$944.7 million) for flood control and sewage management in the near future.

The projects for tidal flood control, with investment being nearly VND10 trillion ($449.8 million), and a drainage system, costing over VND11.1 trillion ($500 million), are intended to improve the environment and boost tourism as well as economic growth in the southern hub upon completion.
According to the Investment Management Authority for the Ho Chi Minh City Environmental Sanitation Project, a new pipeline system is scheduled to be built in October. A sewage pipe, 3.2 meters in diameter and eight kilometers in length, will connect the southern section of the Saigon River with the Nhieu Loc-Thi Nghe Wastewater Treatment Plant in District 2.
Vuong Hai Long, director of the management authority, stated that the new drainage system will carry sewage released from households along the Nhieu Loc-Thi Nghe Canal section in District 5 and from residential areas in District 2 to the factory, instead of pumping it into the Saigon River. The treatment plant will be constructed in Thanh My Loi Ward on an estimated area of 38.4 hectares, with a capacity of 480,000 cubic meters per day, which is the highest nationwide, Long said. After its completion in 2020, wastewater will be purified before being released into the city’s rivers.
The project received a total capital of $524 million, of which $450 million was provided by the World Bank while the rest came from the state coffers, the director added.A similar plan has already been executed, with VND8.6 trillion ($386.9 million) in investment capital. The two projects are expected to improve the local environment and the livelihoods of over two million residents in District 1, District 2, District 3, District 10, Phu Nhuan District, Tan Binh District, Binh Thanh District, and Go Vap District.   
Flood-free life for 6.5 million citizens.
Construction of many components of the tidal flood control project has been initiated, intended to eliminate inundation in 19 out of 24 districts in the city. Dams will be built along a 7.8 kilometer section of the Saigon River bank and more conduits will be constructed to better regulate floodwater. Two pumping stations, whose capacities are 12 and 24 cubic meters per second, are also set to be constructed in areas vulnerable to rising tide.
According to Nguyen Tan Tien, director of Trung Nam Corporation, developer of the project, recent downpours and high tide have posed challenges to the city’s drainage system and seriously impacted local residents.
“This flood control project will deal with inundation caused by rising tide,” Tien asserted.
The scheme, upon completion, will prevent flooding within an area of 570 square kilometers, home to 6.5 million citizens, said an official of the municipal People’s Committee.It will also help boost the city’s economy and competitiveness and thus attract more investment from domestic and foreign businesses, the official continued.


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