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Banking and finance
Led by the ‘very smart and well-known’ Fui 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.
Corporate and M&A
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.
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.
Projects and energy
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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