Firm Profile > Shonubi, Musoke & Co Advocates > Kampala, Uganda
Shonubi, Musoke & Co Advocates Offices
SM CHAMBERS, PLOT 14 HANNINGTON ROAD
PO BOX 3213
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Shonubi, Musoke & Co Advocates is particularly active in the corporate and commercial and banking and finance spaces. While managing partner Alan Shonubi focuses on regulatory work, Noah Mwesigwa leads on the bulk of the firm’s transactional work, having recently advised on acquisitions in the banking, pharmaceutical, and infrastructural sectors. Andrew Kibaya and Hellen Nakiryowa also focus on financial matters, with additional experience in tax and cross-border lending, respectively. Innocent Kihika handles the firm’s largest energy mandates. Brigitte Kusiima’s practice has a focus on corporate governance and Nicholas Mwasame handles disputes.
Alan Shonubi; Peters Musoke; Andrew Kibaya; Noah Edwin Mwesigwa; Innocent Kihika
Other key lawyers:
Hellen Nakiryowa; Nicholas Mwasame; Brigitte Kusiima
TDB Bank (formerly PTA Bank)
Government of the United States of America
Uganda National Oil Company
Orient Bank Limited
Bank of Uganda
Shonubi, Musoke & Co Advocates > Firm Profile
The firm: Shonubi, Musoke & Co Advocates is one of the largest law firms in Uganda and recently celebrated 30 years with a core emphasis on corporate and commercial law practice. The firm has, over this time, built an impressive East African footprint, including a branch in Bujumbura, Burundi, and transaction specific partnerships with law firms in Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania. This regional outreach has perfected the firm’s expertise in providing innovative legal products honed by local knowledge across East Africa, in an era where globalisation and regional integration demand for corresponding cost effective legal solutions that transcend national frontiers.
The 2015 strategic alliance with the global law firm of Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa added an Africa wide pool of legal expertise to the firm’s resources; rendering the firm a one stop legal centre for complex continental investments across the greater African landscape (including those with English law competencies). This together with very good working relationships with several other global legal firms/brands, continue to earn the firm international recognition for mastery and leadership in business and corporate law.
This leadership spans market dominance and repute in the fields of energy and mining, public private partnerships, in the oil and gas sector and in its traditional strongholds in corporate and commercial law, M&A, project finance, banking and finance (including Islamic banking), telecommunications, real estate and litigation and alternative dispute resolution.
SM Registrars Limited, the firm’s company secretarial subsidy, caps this impressive menu of services by providing dedicated company secretarial services, regulation and compliance assessments, as well as corporate governance training in line with international best practice.
|Corporate and commercial|
|Employment and labour|
|Energy and infrastructure|
|Legal advisory services|
|Litigation and arbitration|
|Property and conveyancing|