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Within Banking and finance, Reindorf Chambers is a second tier firm,

Led by the ‘very smart and well-knownFui Tsikata, Reindorf Chambers has been increasingly active handling equity and loan transactions, particularly when pertaining to energy or other infrastructure projects. Ekua Hayfron-Nejamin advised Stanbic Bank Ghana on a $25m finance facility to fund the acquisition of a major cargo-handling company operating in Ghana.

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Within Corporate and M&A, Reindorf Chambers is a second tier firm,

At Reindorf Chambers, the ‘excellent’ Ekua Hayfron-Benjamin and Kizzita Mensah recently represented Tiso Investment Holding on its $5m acquisition of a minority interest in Vanguard Group Company. Hayfron-Benjamin and Mensah also advised Old Mutual Africa Holdings on the $10.8m acquisition of Provident Life Insurance Company Ghana. As the Ghanaian member of the DLA Piper Africa Group, the firm is frequently involved in multi-jurisdictional mandates.

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Within Dispute resolution, Reindorf Chambers is a second tier firm,

Reindorf Chambers’ ‘knowledgeable’ team includes ‘a number of excellent advocates’ that handle work for clients engaged in international arbitrations and domestic litigation. The ‘forthright and passionate’ Ekua Hayfron-Benjamin is acting alongside Fui Tsikata, who has ‘an outstanding knowledge of corporate law’, to represent a financial institution in various actions brought by another bank and its shareholders.

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Within Projects and energy, Reindorf Chambers is a second tier firm,

Reindorf Chambers handles a substantial volume of work for foreign investors in the oil and gas, mining, and renewable energy sectors. The ‘very meticulous’ Ekua Hayfron-Benjamin has strong links to banks and mining companies and is a key member of the team, which also includes senior partner Fui Tsikata, whose ‘natural resources expertise’ has seen him involved in policy formulation across Africa. Tsikata and Hayfron-Benjamin recently advised Africa Finance Corporation on the $35m financing facility to fund the operational needs of an international mining company.

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