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A ‘one-stop shop for quality legal services’, Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah has 'a strong team made up of experienced practitioners with hands-on knowledge about various areas of law’. It is a popular choice for lenders and developers in large infrastructure and construction projects, and recently advised Ecobank Ghana on the financing of certain airport developments as part of the airport's expansion. Practice head Divine Letsa and associate Gifty Duah-Boakye are recommended.

ENSafrica’s vast infrastructure expertise spans shopping malls, roads, luxury apartment buildings and other real estate developments. The practice benefits from the firm's broader knowledge of construction and engineering, banking and finance, capital markets and dispute resolution. Paa Kwesi Morrison and Elikem Nutifafa Kuenyehia head the team, which includes managing associate Rachel Dagadu and senior associate Anita Sekyi Yorke.

Kimathi & Partners, Corporate Attorneys has strong experience in infrastructure, telecoms and mining projects. Recent highlights include advising a healthcare company on the design, construction and operation of several hospitals, and assisting an infrastructure fund with a joint venture for the construction of a mixed-use urban development. Kimathi Kuenyehia is the practice head.

N. Dowuona & Company had another busy year in 2018, receiving instructions from companies across the rail and road, TMT, automobile and logistics sectors in M&A, PPPs and project financing transactions. In addition to infrastructure, the firm is also well versed in energy and real estate developments. The team boasts significant experience at both the partner and associate levels; key figures include department head NanaAma Botchway, senior counsel Abla Masoperh and senior associate Achiaa Akobour Debrah.

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