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Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah’s ‘outstanding’ practice has significant experience assisting international clients with transactional and regulatory matters. Group head Seth Asante advised Oasis Capital on compliance and documentation issues regarding the establishment of a new private equity fund. Divine Kwaku Duwose Letsa acted for Renaissance Partners on the acquisition of land for development, including due diligence and the preparation of security documents. Susan-Barbara Adjorkor Kumapley and Kojo Bentsi-Enchill are names to note. Other clients include Petra Trust, Bics and Vodafone.

The ‘strong team’ at ENSafrica provides ‘spot-on advice’ on inbound investment transactions. Practice head Elikem Nutifafa Kuenyehia assisted Convergence Partners with due diligence issues regarding the client’s acquisition of 25% of shares in CSquared, a telecoms company wholly owned by Google. Paa Kwesi Morrison led on advice to Bharti Airtel on regulatory issues regarding the amalgamation of the client’s Ghanaian business with Millicom, which involves the incorporation of a new entity. Managing associate Rachel Dagadu has experience representing clients in a variety of sectors, including oil and gas, energy and financial services.

At Kimathi & Partners, Corporate Attorneys, the team is highly regarded for its ‘excellent understanding of business objectives’ and often handles high-value cross-border transactions, with particular expertise in the energy sector. The group handled all major commercial transactions and contract matters, as well as regulatory issues for Asanko Gold. The ‘excellentKimathi Kuenyehia, Srproffers strategic solutions to the benefit of his clients’. Clients also recommend the ‘affableSefakor Kuenyehia.

N. Dowuona & Company’s ‘excellent’ practice is regarded as ‘among the best in the country’ by clients. Group head NanaAma Botchway-Dowuona, who has ‘deep local knowledge coupled with international experience’, led advice to Helios Towers Africa on raising a $600m bond, and also acted for ADP Holdings as the seller on the due diligence regarding the sale of its shares in CAL Bank to Arise. Abla Masoperh is also noted. Other clients include Kingdom Hotels Investments, Laurus Development Partners and Stanbic Bank.

Aelex primarily acts on inbound commercial transactions, covering a wide range of sectors that include oil and gas, and tax. Practice head Theophilus Emuwa advised QInvest on a $45m Islamic financing structure. Lawrence Fubara Anga and managing associate Kwesi Dodi are also noted. Other clients include Edcon, Aker Solutions and OneSubsea.

Fugar & Company has significant experience acting for international corporations across a wide range of sectors, with particular expertise in energy and financial services. Lawrence Otoo often advises multinational companies on foreign direct investment matters, as well as handling due diligence issues regarding government divestiture and privatisation programmes. Managing partner William Fugar, Opoku Amponsah and Albert Fiadjoe are other names to note.

JLD & MB Legal Consultancy is often instructed on cross-border transactions and has particular expertise handling matters in the oil and gas, and mining sectors. Merene Botsio Benyah and Zoe Phillips Takyi-Appiah are key names.

The ‘proactive’, ‘efficient’ and ‘reliable’ team at Ntrakwah & Co often acts for inbound investors across a broad range of transactions. ‘Very strong’ practice co-head Abena Ntrakwah-Mensah advised licensed-buying company Kumankoma on its acquisition of a $1m facility from Sahara Bank. Firm founder and group co-head Felix Ntrakwah is also recommended.

Reindorf Chambers has extensive experience advising on due diligence, acquisitions, commercial agreements and governance matters across a wide range of sectors, including oil and gas, renewable energy, infrastructure and life sciences. Managing partner Fui Tsikata advised Mohinani Group on various issues regarding the ongoing funding of its investment in the Protea Hotel Takoradi. Kizzita Mensah acted for Eaton Towers on a number of matters regarding its financing of a telecoms company, including reviewing a facility agreement, security documentation, and shareholder issues. The team includes senior associates Sally Hayfron-Benjamin Boaten and Matilda Idun-Donkor.

AB & David Law advises on all aspects of commercial and corporate law across a wide range of sectors, including energy, technology and real estate. Key names include PPP expert David Ofosu-Dorte and Isabel Boaten, who has extensive experience handling public sector matters.

Awoonor Law Consultancy has significant experience advising foreign and domestic clients on the lifecycle of corporate transactions. Managing partner Fred Dotse is a name to note.

Beyuo & Co handles a broad range of corporate and commercial transactions, including acquisitions, equity investments and securitisations, with particular strength in the real estate and construction sectors. Kizito Beyuo has experience acting for financial institutions and multinational companies on contentious and non-contentious matters.

Mercer & Company’s corporate and commercial expertise includes advising on joint ventures, restructurings and management buyouts. Founder Andrew Mercer has experience acting for individuals and corporate clients on a wide range of matters.

Boutique firm Obeng-Sakyi, Sogbodjor & Co’s corporate and commercial advice covers transactions across a wide range of sectors, as well as regulatory issues. Founding partner Randall Obeng-Sakyi acts for a diverse range of clients that include private equity and venture capital funds, investment banking firms and private investors.

Sey & Co acts for clients ranging from financial institutions to SME businesses and real estate developers. Kweku Sey is a key name.

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  • Bär & Karrer Advises CEVA Logistics on its IPO, the anchor investment by CMA CGM and its migration

    CEVA Logistics, one of the world's leading third-party logistics companies, successfully priced its IPO and listed its shares on the SIX Swiss Exchange, where trading commenced on 4 May 2018. With a market capitalization of CHF 1.6 billion and generating gross proceeds of CHF 821 million, this is so far considered as the largest IPO on the SIX Swiss Exchange for 2018. In addition, CMA CGM, the third largest container shipping group in the world, has committed to make a strategic cornerstone investment in CEVA Logistics by purchasing CHF 379 million of mandatory convertible securities which will convert into shares of CEVA Logistics once certain regulatory approvals have been obtained. Simultaneously with the IPO, CEVA Holdings, the former holding company of the CEVA group, migrated from the Marshall Islands to Switzerland by way of a cross-border merger with CEVA Logistic as the surviving company.
  • BAG: Employer not liable for harm caused by vaccine

    Employers who have flu vaccines administered within their company are not liable for any harm that might occur as a result of the vaccine. That was the verdict of the Bundesarbeitsgericht (BAG), Germany’s Federal Labour Court, in a recent ruling.
  • Tax Update

    Cyprus Tax Department has announced that, as of June 1 st 2018 , the following taxes, not bearing interest and charges, can ONLY be paid via JCCsmart (website ) . JCCsmart is a Cyprus portal used to contact payments to various organizations including the Government. This measure follows the successful implementation of the Pay As You Earn (PAYE) tax withheld from employees through JCCsmart.
  • Bär & Karrer Advises on the Financing of the Largest Thermoelectric Plant in Latin America

    Centrais Elétricas de Sergipe S.A. (CELSE) has successfully issued bonds for approx. USD 1 billion equivalent in local currency at a fixed, long-term rate in international capital markets. The innovative bond issue is guaranteed by the Swiss Export Risk Insurance (SERV), the export credit agency of Switzerland. The bonds are part of a financial package to finance the development, design, construction, operation and maintenance of a thermoelectric power plant by CELSE in the state of Sergipe in the northeast region of Brazil. Besides the bond issue for approx. USD 1 billion, the transaction includes a USD 200 million loan from the International Finance Corporation and a financial package of the Inter-American Development Bank in the amount of approx. USD 300 million. Once operational expected for in 2020, CELSE will sell electricity to 26 distribution companies in Brazil, becoming the largest and most efficient thermoelectric plant in Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • BAG: Threats made by employee can justify dismissal with immediate effect

    Employers do not have to accept threats made by employees. These can constitute good cause justifying extraordinary notice of dismissal with immediate effect, as demonstrated by a ruling of the Bundesarbeitsgericht (BAG), Germany’s Federal Labour Court.
  • SyCipLaw is Tier 1 Firm in IP STARS 2018 Rankings

    SyCip Salazar Hernandez & Gatmaitan (SyCipLaw) was once again ranked by Managing IP’s IP STARS 2018 as a Tier 1 firm in Patent and Trademarks/Copyright in the Philippines. In addition, SyCipLaw partners Enrique T. Manuel and Vida M. Panganiban-Alindogan are ranked as Trade mark star – Philippines . Mr. Manuel is also ranked as Patent star – Philippines .
  • Bär & Karrer Advises on Partial Self-Tender Offer

    On 21 September 2017, an extraordinary shareholders' meeting of the SIX Swiss Exchange listed N.V. authorized the board of directors to repurchase up to 33 1/3% of the company's share capital by means of a partial self-tender offer. The resolution adopted under Dutch law contained detailed information, among others regarding the period for which the authorization is granted, the manner in which the shares are repurchased and the price range within which the offer price must be set.
  • New Serbian Law on Foreigners Adopted

    In March 2018, the new Serbian Law on Foreigners was adopted, replacing the 2008 version of this law- in force until recently without any amendments. The new law will enter into force on 3 October 2018.
  • The Serbian Law on Foreign Exchange Amended

    On 20 April 2018, the amendments to the Law on Foreign Exchange (the “Law ”) were adopted and will enter into force on 28 April 2018 . Exceptionally, the application of certain provisions related to the assuming of competencies over foreign exchange control by the National Bank of Serbia is delayed until 1 January 2019.
  • Bär & Karrer Advises Vyaire Medical on its Acquisition of Acutronic Medical Systems

    Vyaire Medical, Inc., a global leader in respiratory care, acquired all shares in the Acutronic Medical Systems group, a Switzerland and Germany-based leader in the design and manufacture of neonatal ventilation equipment.