Mrs Susan-Barbara Kumapley > Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah > Accra, Ghana > Lawyer Profile

Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah

Work Department

Corporate & Commercial


Partner and Head, Corporate/Commercial


PARTNER/HEAD, of Corporate Commercial Practice Group, Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa &Ankomah (2010 – to date);  Lecturer, International Environmental Law module of the MBA Oil and Gas Management Programme, Ghana Technology University College (2011 – 2012); Head – Deputy Head, Regulatory Affairs, Ghana, Ghana Telecommunications Company (2005 – 2010); Legal Consultant, Ghana Telecommunications Company Limited (2004 – 2005); Senior Associate, Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah (2002 – 2004); Financial Management Intern, American Red Cross of Greater Chicago, Illinois, USA (2001 – 2001); Research Associate Bentsi-Enchill & Letsa (1995); Legal Officer, DataCenta Limited (1991 – 1994).




Ghana Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, American Bar Association.


Illinois Institute of Technology Stuart Graduate School of Business (MBA, Finance and Information Management 2001); Northwestern University School of Law (LL.M, 1996) with Honours; University of Ghana, Legon (LL.B. 1991); Ghana School of Law (QCL., 1993) Awards: Mensah Sarbah Award for best overall student (1992-1993), Koi Obuadaban Larbi Prize for Criminal Procedure (1992-1993).

Lawyer Rankings

Ghana > Commercial, corporate and M&A

The ‘excellent’ team at Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah has a stellar reputation for its work with a wide range of notable local and foreign clients. It frequently advises on all aspects of acquisitions, mergers, financings, due diligence and compliance issues. The team has substantial expertise in various sectors including the hospitality, healthcare and manufacturing industries and is particularly recommended for its skill in conducting large-scale corporate due diligence exercises on target companies. In addition the practice is highly regarded for its advice to international clients on the divestment and restructuring of Ghanaian subsidiaries. The group has a number of key practitioners including Seth Asante , Susan-Barbara Adjorkor Kumapley Angela Gyasi  and Frank Nimako Akowuah . In addition the practice is well-regarded for its work on structured trade and commodity finance deals.