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Corporate/Commercial — Ghana


Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah - Corporate/Commercial Department

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Band 1

第一等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- 5 partners
- 18 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Market-leading team with deep expertise in a range of transactional matters including project finance, loan facilities and share transfer mandates. Frequently provides local counsel to international banks on operations within the country. Possesses noteworthy knowledge of IPOs and investment-related issues.

Strengths One client commended the team's ability to deal with project-related deals, noting that for "deals with significant investment, we can rely on them. They've been very good at co-ordinating completion meetings, and for the big-ticket matters they pull out all the stops."

One source praised how the team "drive to provide excellence," and even with challenges in the market the firm do their utmost "to provide a world-class service."

Work highlights Assisted Citibank with the execution of a secured deposit transaction between it and the Bank of Ghana in a matter worth USD500 million.

Advised Overseas Private Investment Corporation on various aspects of a revolving project finance facility extended to GN Bank with a value of USD20 million.

Significant clients African Export-Import Bank, IFC, AgDevCo, Helios Towers Africa, GCC Resorts.

Notable practitioners

Seth Asante is the head of the financial institutions and capital markets practice group at the firm. He has worked on numerous major transactions in Ghana including matters on behalf of the African Export-Import Bank. Additionally he provides legal counsel to local and international banks operating in the country.

Founding partner Kojo Bentsi-Enchill is the head of the energy and natural resources practice group at the firm. Kojo's expertise extends from mining and energy issues to corporate transactions. He is described by one source as "a very distinguished leader."

Rosa Kudoadzi has been described by clients as "meticulous." She is further praised for being "very commercial and practical. She is good at getting her whole team to work together" and is "a good all-round adviser." She leads on a range of matters, and in one example advised AgDevCo on a loan agreement with Babator Farming Company.

Head of construction, infrastructure and transport Divine Letsa undertakes a wide variety of work including advising on shipping and energy matters, real estate transactions and project financing. He assisted Meridian Ports Services with advice in relation to the National Policy on PPP guidelines and the Public Procurement Act as well as providing assistance with regulatory frameworks in a matter potentially worth USD1.5 billion.

Susan-Barbara Kumapley is head of the firm's TMT practice group. Commentators stress that she is "very good in the telecommunications area." She assisted Helios Towers Africa with the review of a facility agreement and a loan agreement with Standard Chartered Bank.

Frank Nimako Akowuah has been described by clients as "sound and sufficiently efficient" regarding transactional work. His areas of expertise are banking and finance, M&A, capital markets and commercial transactions.

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ENSafrica - Corporate/Commercial Department

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Band 1

第一等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Elikem Nutifafa Kuenyehia
- 3 partners
- 20 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Prominent team known for handling significant transactions in the market, particularly in the area of FDI, which benefits from its global reach. Further specialises in transactional matters such as M&A deals and joint ventures. Consistently instructed by international firms to provide local counsel.

Strengths Clients appreciate that the team is "very thorough, detailed, precise and provides a good level of detail." The team does "great work on the securities side and mortgage bond work."

Another client emphasised that the lawyers "react very quickly and are knowledgeable."

Work highlights Advised Amplus Energy Services on the acquisition of shares owned by Harkand Ghana in a matter worth GBP2.25 million.

Assisted Coca-Cola Equatorial Ghana with the acquisition of bore holes and water businesses owned Voltic Ghana.

Significant clients Ghana Community Network Services Limited, Star Communication Network Technology, Thai Union Europe, Herbalife, Distell Group.

Notable practitioners

Elikem Nutifafa Kuenyehia is held in high regard by sources, who label him as "fabulous" and appreciate that he is "very versatile in the things he does." He is knowledgeable in both the Ghanaian and UK markets.

Sources appreciate that Paa Kwesi Morrison is "very practical, helpful, commercial and solutions-driven." He is head of the finance and projects team in Ghana and his practice covers a range of corporate and commercial transactions in sectors such as infrastructure, mining and construction.

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ENSafrica provides general transactional advice in corporate commercial matters from its office in Accra, including advising on M&A, tax, insurance law, technology and media, employment law, and the incorporation of companies.

ENSafrica’s corporate commercial practice is undisputedly a market leader. The firm is consistently involved in the most complex and high-profile corporate matters in Ghana, including in the area of foreign direct investment. The firm typically acts for investors or investee companies in Ghana, which come to ENSafrica due to its global outlook.

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AB & David - Corporate/Commercial Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Respected firm renowned for its breadth of knowledge in PPPs and procurement issues. Demonstrates a solid understanding of sectors such as infrastructure and construction, with additional activity in the TMT sector. Has recognised and detailed knowledge of the country's market and legislation.

Strengths Clients comment that the team "stand out for their professionalism and their knowledge of the local environment."

Notable practitioners

David Ofosu-Dorte is viewed by clients as "a strong local lawyer" who has a "depth of knowledge in infrastructure and PPP which makes him a standout in the local market." He is also vastly experienced on a broad range of transactional matters.

Managing partner Isabel Boaten is respected by clients, who say that her expertise is of an "international standard." Boaten specialises in IP, banking and finance. She possesses a solid understanding of public sector and regulatory reform and PPPs.

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Fugar & Company - Corporate/Commercial Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for A long-standing and recognised firm which has been active in the market for many years. Regularly advises clients on Ghanaian investment law and has been integral in setting up major companies in sectors such as TMT, mining, finance and construction. Also experienced in cross-border IP law and the oil and gas arena.

Strengths Sources say: "They are one of the most established firms with expertise in this industry."

Notable practitioners

Sources say that Lawrence Otoo has "a great reputation in the market" and does a lot of transactional work. He has practised at all stages of litigation in a range of Ghanaian courts, with his focus being on commercial and corporate law.

Market veteran William Edem Fugar is described by peers as a "market leader" due to his extensive knowledge of Ghana's corporate and commercial legal landscape.

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JLD & MB Legal Consultancy - Corporate/Commercial Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Well-regarded team with strong ties to international law firms. Clients hail from the oil and gas, energy, finance and TMT sectors. Accomplished in dealing with matters involving joint venture agreements and project financing as well as public and private offering of securities.

Notable practitioners

Senior partner Merene Botsio Benyah maintains a good reputation in the market through her handling of commercial issues. She is also well regarded for her specialised expertise in mining law.

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KIMATHI & PARTNERS, Corporate Attorneys - Corporate/Commercial Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Specialised firm which often caters to global multinationals. Services an impressive roster of high-profile clients including international companies and foreign governments operating within the country. Matters stem from a wide variety of areas including TMT, pharmaceuticals, banking, infrastructure and oil and gas.

Strengths Interviewees note that "the firm is one to watch" in the market.

Notable practitioners

Managing partner Kimathi Kuenyehia is renowned for his dedication to clients and his depth of experience in the market. He advises on a range of commercial matters and is held in high regard by clients and peers alike.

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Reindorf Chambers - Corporate/Commercial Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Fui Tsikata
- 3 partners
- 11 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Frequently highlighted for its activity in project finance, M&A, banking and due diligence. Additionally has vast experience in proprietary and security arrangements as well as growing expertise in the handling of labour-related enquiries. Services high-profile local and international clients from the finance, leisure and energy sectors.

Strengths Clients commend this "well-regarded firm," noting that "the quality of the work is very high."

Work highlights Advised Eaton Towers Ghana on the financing of a telecommunications company in a matter worth USD27 million.

Significant clients Multimedia Group, Mohinani Group, West Africa Emerging Markets Growth Fund.

Notable practitioners

Founding partner Fui Tsikata brings 40 years of experience to the team and is "very well regarded" by sources. Further commentators add that "he has a fantastic mind." His practice covers a broad spectrum of corporate and commercial work. His key clients hail from sectors including telecoms, finance and engineering.

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Ashong Benjamin & Associates - Corporate/Commercial Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- 4 partners
- 5 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Noted for its activity in the financing and restructuring fields on matters of significant value. Mandates stem from a variety of sectors including energy, banking and finance. Able to provide additional advice on M&A deals and investment issues.

Strengths Clients enthuse that the team is "confident in the type of work they're capable of, particularly in the mining field and their understanding of general commercial issues in Ghana."

Work highlights Advised various banks on a transaction involving the restructuring and refinancing of debts owed by the Volta River Authority in a matter worth around USD358 million.

Significant clients BLY Ghana, Cereal Investments Company, Perseus Mining Ghana, Marinus Energy, HFC Bank Ghana.

Notable practitioners

Ekua Hayfron-Benjamin is described by a source as "very savvy, knowledgeable and well researched on Ghanaian law issues." Extra sources add that "she will work all hours of the day and night if she has a deadline, and she'll meet it."

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N. Dowuona & Company - Corporate/Commercial Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: NanaAma Botchway-Dowouna
- 2 partners
- 9 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Dynamic firm with a broad practice that includes complex domestic and cross-border transactions. Recognised for its work in M&A, structuring and project financing. Regularly advises multinational and local companies from industry sectors including TMT, energy and financial services.

Strengths Sources note that the team has "been in the transaction space for a while and they've been doing very well."

Work highlights Assisted Kingdom Hotel Investments with its sale of the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel to QG Global Holdings.

Advised Puma Energy Ghana on a range of corporate matters as well as on the structuring of novel security arrangements for petroleum supply agreements.

Significant clients Laurus Development Partners, Stanbic Ghana, American Towers Ghana, Vinci Construction Group, Adax Energy.

Notable practitioners

Sources note that founding partner NanaAma Botchway-Dowuona is "well respected in the investment sphere." Clients say she is "proactive and approachable, possesses a lot of conflict resolving skills and has knowledge of the industry. She's an all-rounder. Whatever we ask her to do, she does great." Her practice covers a wide array of areas including corporate, commercial, infrastructure, energy and construction.

Abla Masoperh specialises in banking and finance and has a wealth of knowledge in that arena. Her practice covers both contentious and non-contentious mandates.

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Corporate and commercial work is at the core of N. Dowuona & Company’s market leading practice. The firm routinely advises on a wide range of transactions from complex in-bound investments and divestments, corporate acquisitions and joint ventures to general corporate advice. Our team of creative and dedicated professionals has excellent local and international experience in law and business. 

With a client base that includes Fortune 500 companies, pan-African private equity funds, as well as new and established Ghanaian corporates, N. Dowuona & Company is the go to firm for clients looking for excellent legal advice and attentive client service.

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ǼLEX - Corporate/Commercial Department

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Band 4

第四等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Established Nigerian firm with a local office in Accra. Regularly works on financing and leasing deals in a variety of sectors including oil and gas, banking and telecommunications. Has additional experience in corporate contracts, labour matters and tax.

Strengths Interviewees recognise that the team is "both technically capable and commercially minded," adding that "the cross-border feature of the firm's work is a strong attraction for their clients."

Notable practitioners

Head of the firm's banking, financial services and transportation group, Lagos-based Lawrence Fubara Anga splits his time between Nigeria and Ghana and is qualified to practise and is active in both countries. His clients hail mainly from the energy sector.

Managing partner Theophilus Emuwa is the head of the firm's corporate/commercial and tax departments. His expertise extends to high-value M&A transactions as well as tax and IP-related issues. He is based in Lagos and splits his practice between Nigeria and Ghana.

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Beyuo & Co - Corporate/Commercial Department

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Band 4

第四等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Experienced team in corporate and commercial transactions as well as project financing. Has experience advising foreign investors on regulatory requirements in Ghana. Also regularly handles matters involving construction, capital markets and IP.

Notable practitioners

Founder and managing partner Kizito Beyuo is a key contact at the firm. He is based in Accra.

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Kudjawu & Co - Corporate/Commercial Department

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Band 4

第四等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Robust team regularly active on a range of corporate and commercial mandates in the Ghanaian local market. Frequently highlighted for its expertise in IP-related matters. Often services domestic clients from the financial services and energy sectors.

Notable practitioners

Norbert Kudjawu is a recognised figure in the Ghanaian market due to the depth of his expertise as well as his knowledge of the corporate sector and his skills in advising on related matters.

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Ntrakwah & Co - Corporate/Commercial Department

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Band 4

第四等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Felix Ntrakwah and Abena Ntrakwah-Mensah
- 4 partners
- 9 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Acknowledged for its abilities regarding company formation, structuring issues and project financing. Renowned for its detail-oriented approach to drafting contracts and various legal documents. Draws from experience on a broad spectrum of transactional deals relating to M&A and capital markets.

Strengths Clients praise the team for being "quick with deadlines" and add that "they're well structured and they understand what we are looking for."

Work highlights Assisted cocoa buyers Kumankoma Company in obtaining a USD1 million facility from Sahara Bank.

Significant clients Domod Roof, Next-Gen Ghana, Procter & Gamble, Key Architectural, The Royal Senchi.

Notable practitioners

Abena Ntrakwah-Mensah is praised by clients, with one saying that "she's proactive" and another adding that she has "the ability to always find a solution, and she's reliable." She has in-depth experience in commercial transactions and additionally is able to represent clients in contentious matters in various Ghanaian courts.

Felix Ntrakwah is described by sources as "someone who people would certainly feel comfortable asking questions to about corporate and commercial matters." He has extensive expertise in company law and corporate counselling.

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Senior Statesperson

William Edem Fugar

Fugar & Company

From the Chambers Global guide

Market veteran William Edem Fugar is described by peers as a "market leader" due to his extensive knowledge of Ghana's corporate and commercial legal landscape.

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Senior Statesperson

Norbert K Kudjawu

Kudjawu & Co

From the Chambers Global guide

Norbert Kudjawu is a recognised figure in the Ghanaian market due to the depth of his expertise as well as his knowledge of the corporate sector and his skills in advising on related matters.

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Senior Statesperson

Reindorf Chambers

From the Chambers Global guide

Founding partner Fui Tsikata brings 40 years of experience to the team and is "very well regarded" by sources. Further commentators add that "he has a fantastic mind." His practice covers a broad spectrum of corporate and commercial work. His key clients hail from sectors including telecoms, finance and engineering.

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Band 1

Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah

From the Chambers Global guide

Seth Asante is the head of the financial institutions and capital markets practice group at the firm. He has worked on numerous major transactions in Ghana including matters on behalf of the African Export-Import Bank. Additionally he provides legal counsel to local and international banks operating in the country.

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Band 1

Kojo Bentsi-Enchill

Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah

From the Chambers Global guide

Founding partner Kojo Bentsi-Enchill is the head of the energy and natural resources practice group at the firm. Kojo's expertise extends from mining and energy issues to corporate transactions. He is described by one source as "a very distinguished leader."

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Band 1

Ekua Hayfron-Benjamin

Ashong Benjamin & Associates

From the Chambers Global guide

Ekua Hayfron-Benjamin is described by a source as "very savvy, knowledgeable and well researched on Ghanaian law issues." Extra sources add that "she will work all hours of the day and night if she has a deadline, and she'll meet it."

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Band 1

Elikem Nutifafa Kuenyehia

ENSafrica

From the Chambers Global guide

Elikem Nutifafa Kuenyehia is held in high regard by sources, who label him as "fabulous" and appreciate that he is "very versatile in the things he does." He is knowledgeable in both the Ghanaian and UK markets.

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Band 2

NanaAma Botchway-Dowuona

N. Dowuona & Company

From the Chambers Global guide

Sources note that founding partner NanaAma Botchway-Dowuona is "well respected in the investment sphere." Clients say she is "proactive and approachable, possesses a lot of conflict resolving skills and has knowledge of the industry. She's an all-rounder. Whatever we ask her to do, she does great." Her practice covers a wide array of areas including corporate, commercial, infrastructure, energy and construction.

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Band 2

Merene Botsio Benyah

JLD & MB Legal Consultancy

From the Chambers Global guide

Senior partner Merene Botsio Benyah maintains a good reputation in the market through her handling of commercial issues. She is also well regarded for her specialised expertise in mining law.

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Band 2

Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah

From the Chambers Global guide

Rosa Kudoadzi has been described by clients as "meticulous." She is further praised for being "very commercial and practical. She is good at getting her whole team to work together" and is "a good all-round adviser." She leads on a range of matters, and in one example advised AgDevCo on a loan agreement with Babator Farming Company.

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Band 2

Kimathi Kuenyehia

KIMATHI & PARTNERS, Corporate Attorneys

From the Chambers Global guide

Managing partner Kimathi Kuenyehia is renowned for his dedication to clients and his depth of experience in the market. He advises on a range of commercial matters and is held in high regard by clients and peers alike.

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Band 2

Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah

From the Chambers Global guide

Head of construction, infrastructure and transport Divine Letsa undertakes a wide variety of work including advising on shipping and energy matters, real estate transactions and project financing. He assisted Meridian Ports Services with advice in relation to the National Policy on PPP guidelines and the Public Procurement Act as well as providing assistance with regulatory frameworks in a matter potentially worth USD1.5 billion.

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Band 2

Paa Kwesi Morrison

ENSafrica

From the Chambers Global guide

Sources appreciate that Paa Kwesi Morrison is "very practical, helpful, commercial and solutions-driven." He is head of the finance and projects team in Ghana and his practice covers a range of corporate and commercial transactions in sectors such as infrastructure, mining and construction.

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Band 2

Africa Legal Associates

From the Chambers Global guide

Market sources describe Nii Odoi Odotei, who is a partner at Africa Legal Associates, as "very confident" and say that "he is doing very good things" in the market. His practice covers M&A deals, capital markets and corporate finance. He also assists clients with matters relating to the energy sector.

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Band 2

David Ofosu-Dorte

AB & David

From the Chambers Global guide

David Ofosu-Dorte is viewed by clients as "a strong local lawyer" who has a "depth of knowledge in infrastructure and PPP which makes him a standout in the local market." He is also vastly experienced on a broad range of transactional matters.

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Band 3

AB & David

From the Chambers Global guide

Managing partner Isabel Boaten is respected by clients, who say that her expertise is of an "international standard." Boaten specialises in IP, banking and finance. She possesses a solid understanding of public sector and regulatory reform and PPPs.

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Band 3

International Legal Consultancy Services (ILC)

From the Chambers Global guide

Victoria Bright of International Legal Consultancy Services (ILC) is complimented as a very "bright person" by interviewees due to her "breadth of knowledge in the field." Her main areas of focus are energy, mining and infrastructure. She has additional expertise in the telecoms sector. She regularly assists clients with advice on PPPs and emerging markets.

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Band 3

Susan-Barbara A Kumapley

Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah

From the Chambers Global guide

Susan-Barbara Kumapley is head of the firm's TMT practice group. Commentators stress that she is "very good in the telecommunications area." She assisted Helios Towers Africa with the review of a facility agreement and a loan agreement with Standard Chartered Bank.

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Band 3

N. Dowuona & Company

From the Chambers Global guide

Abla Masoperh specialises in banking and finance and has a wealth of knowledge in that arena. Her practice covers both contentious and non-contentious mandates.

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Band 3

Ntrakwah & Co

From the Chambers Global guide

Felix Ntrakwah is described by sources as "someone who people would certainly feel comfortable asking questions to about corporate and commercial matters." He has extensive expertise in company law and corporate counselling.

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Band 3

Abena Ntrakwah-Mensah

Ntrakwah & Co

From the Chambers Global guide

Abena Ntrakwah-Mensah is praised by clients, with one saying that "she's proactive" and another adding that she has "the ability to always find a solution, and she's reliable." She has in-depth experience in commercial transactions and additionally is able to represent clients in contentious matters in various Ghanaian courts.

^ See whole ranking table

Band 3

Fugar & Company

From the Chambers Global guide

Sources say that Lawrence Otoo has "a great reputation in the market" and does a lot of transactional work. He has practised at all stages of litigation in a range of Ghanaian courts, with his focus being on commercial and corporate law.

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Associates to watch

Frank Nimako Akowuah

Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah

From the Chambers Global guide

Frank Nimako Akowuah has been described by clients as "sound and sufficiently efficient" regarding transactional work. His areas of expertise are banking and finance, M&A, capital markets and commercial transactions.

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