All Asia Asset Capital appoints Paniti Junhasavasdikul as CEO
Mr. Junhasavasdikul has 20 years of legal, interim management and private equity experience. He has worked as a lawyer in various transactions and investments ranging from start-ups, M&A, special situation investments, debt trades, turnarounds, disputes and corporate governance.
Mr. Junhasavasdikul was a co-founder of FBLP Legal Co., Ltd where he was a partner from 2000 to 2007 before the practice was merged with DFDL International Law Offices where he was an equity partner between 2007 to 2010, based in the CLMV (Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam) countries.
Mr. Junhasavasdikul subsequently became a general partner and a director in a Cayman Islands private equity fund with an investment focus on Thailand where he was responsible for investment structuring and transactions, legal due diligence and formation of funds.
He has also been the sole acting attorney for an international private equity fund for over 10 years and sits on the board of certain of their portfolio companies, including Svenson Hair Center (Thailand) Limited and MarieFrance Bodyline International (Thailand) Limited.
He was also previously an independent director of Christiani & Nielsen (Thai) Public Company Limited, a company quoted on the Thailand Stock Exchange.
He was a member of the International Advisory Council of International and Executive Legal Education (IELE), Berkeley Law, University of California between 2009 and 2014.
Mr. Junhasavasdikul graduated with an LLB from Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Law in 1992 and received an LLM from University of California, Berkeley in 1995. He is a member of the Thai Bar Association and the Law Society of Thailand. ■
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