KN Law LLP > Nairobi, Kenya > Firm Profile
KN Law LLP Offices
5th Floor, The Pavilion, Westlands
Lower Kabete Road
P.O Box: 27547 -00100, Nairobi
KN Law LLP > Firm Profile
KN Law LLP is a boutique corporate and commercial law firm operating from Nairobi, with a regional reach across multiple jurisdictions and with a liaison office in London.
We have selected the very top lawyers in their respective fields, each with unique experience and demonstrated expertise, to make up a well-rounded team that works well together and with our clients.
Our proven experience and proficiency in providing legal advisory to local and multi-national corporations and high-net-worth individuals is the core of our practice.
We offer innovative, efficient and practical legal solutions through our team of highly trained, skilled and expert lawyers.
Our brief is simple: to ensure that our service offering not only meets clients’ expectations, but continually surpasses them.
Vision: To be recognised as a premier corporate and commercial law firm within Africa and beyond.
Mission: To exceed our clients’ expectations by providing superior and innovative legal services.
Integrity – we act ethically in all our dealings
Efficiency – we deliver within agreed timelines and budgets
Quality – we do not compromise on quality
Capital markets: We are historically competent in guiding clients through listings and de-listings, legal and governance audits, corporate bond issues, setting up of fund management companies, establishing foreign and local currency denominated collective investment schemes (unit trusts), as well as advising on REITS, among various capital market transactions. Our advisory services cover all areas of securities law, and public offers, including listings and de-listings, and rights issues.
Corporate and commercial law: We have over the years gained deep knowledge and vast experience in setting up and advising venture capital and private equity funds. We are proud to have advised a number of start-ups in their various financing stages. We speak Venture Capital and Private Equity fluently, and have been advisors in several privatisation and corporate restructuring transactions as well
Corporate finance: Our articulacy in corporate finance affords us a broad-spectrum of legal services derived from advising on, structuring, and drafting debt and equity financing documentation. But we go further; we are seasoned drafters of facility agreements, securities such as debentures and guarantees, loan note instruments, commercial paper and bond offer documents, and convertible debt instruments for complex financing undertakings including multi-currency transactions, syndicated loan arrangements and offshore financing.
Dispute resolution: In keeping with our strategic positioning as a niche commercial law firm, we act in specialised commercial dispute resolution on behalf of select clients who entrust us with complex commercial disputes requiring arbitration and other alternative resolution mechanisms.
Real estate and conveyancing: We extend our legal advisory services in the real estate sector to property developers, property buyers and financiers. This entails structuring of development projects, setting up of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITS), drafting required conveyance documents including but not limited to leases, licenses, powers of attorney and sale agreements. In addition, we advise on Land Use and Planning.
Employment and immigration law: Our employment and immigration function assists clients in setting up Employee Share Ownership plans, alongside executive compensation and incentive schemes. We also offer advisory services on labour laws, employment contracts, redundancies and termination, and retirement benefits schemes. Our best work in immigration law has seen us advise and help businesses, organisations and individuals to make applications for work, investor and other permits required by foreign nationals aspiring to reside in or work in Kenya.
|Corporate Commercial||Mugambi Nandi||Nandi@kn.co.ke||(+44) 20 7692 1873|
|Business Development||Mugambi Maingifirstname.lastname@example.org||(+254) 20 386 1305|
|Real Estate||Doreen Onwong'a||Onwonga@kn.co.ke||(+254) 20 386 1305|
|Dispute Resolution||Emmanuel Muekeemail@example.com||(+254) 20 386 1305|
Staff FiguresPartners : 4 Associate Partner : 1 Associates : 6 Support Staff (Finance, Administration, Clerks) : 5
MembershipsThe Law Society of Kenya The Law Society (England & Wales) The Institute of Certified Secretaries (Kenya)
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