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Domestic practices continue to dominate Ghana’s legal market, with international law firms being active in the country through collaborative associations. Oxford & Beaumont Solicitors is Baker & McKenzie LLP’s correspondent firm for Ghana, and also has strong relationships with Norton Rose LLP and Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP; Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah is the Ghanaian associate firm for SNR Denton’s Africa practice; and Reindorf Chambers is a member of the DLA Piper Group.
Major deals in the market involving international firms included Norton Rose LLP’s London-based partner Michael Ings leading the advice to The Standard Bank of South Africa and Stanbic Bank Ghana as global co-ordinators of loan facilities made available to telecoms business, Scancom, in order to take advantage of growth opportunities in Ghana; the deal marked the largest ever local currency syndication in Ghana. Oxford & Beaumont Solicitors provided Ghanaian law advice.