Djamila Pinto de Andrade > Dentons LEAD > Luanda, Angola > Lawyer Profile

Dentons LEAD
RUA DO DUBAI, VIA AL. 15
CONDOMINIO PALMEIRAS
TALATONA, LUANDA
Angola

Work Department

Angola General Business Law:
Corporate, Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Investment

Position

Djamila is Dentons LEAD’s managing partner and heads the Corporate, M&A and Private investment practice. She also has extensive experience in Banking and Finance and Real Estate matters. Djamila also deals with regulatory issues related to banking and capital markets.

Career

Djamila is one of the founding partners of Dentons LEAD as well as Managing Partner of the firm. She has extensive experience in advising, national and foreign companies, which intend to invest, expand or restructure its business in the Angolan market. Djamila has been a frequent speaker on several national and international conferences (on Corporate & Commercial Law and Finance matters) and she is also frequently called upon to advise both public (government) and private entities on complex regulatory matters.

Languages

Portuguese, English.

Memberships

– Angolan Bar Association

– International Bar Association (IBA) – Corporate and M&A Law Committee
– Angolan Corporate Governance Association

Education

Law degree from the Universidade de Lisboa, Faculty of Law | Portugal (2003).
Postgraduate degree in Contract Law from the Universidade de Lisboa, Faculty of Law | Portugal (2005).
Postgraduate degree in Capital Markets from the Universidade Agostinho Neto, Faculty of Law | Angola (2011).

Lawyer Rankings

Angola > Local firms

(Next Generation Partners)

Djamila Pinto de AndradeDentons LEAD

Since its inception in 2017, Dentons LEAD has established itself as ‘a firm with strong skills‘ and ‘important knowledge of the Angolan market‘. Clients include major domestic players, including Banco Postal, Sonangol and TV Zimbo, as well as international names in various industries. Djamila Pinto de Andrade is in charge of banking, corporate and private investment; António Caxito Marques is the main disputes contact; João Manuel Lourenço heads the labour department; Emanuela Vunge manages the tax and energy departments; and Raquel Lourenço is the head of real estate.