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Reindorf Chambers

20 JONES NELSON ROAD, ADABRAKA, PO BOX 821, ACCRA, GHANA
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Work +233 302 225 674
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Fax +233 302 220 218
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www.reindorfchambers.com

Ghana

Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 2

Reindorf Chambers

A member of the DLA Piper network, Reindorf Chambers is notable for its cross-border capabilities. Under the leadership of senior partner Fui Tsikata, the banking team acts for international lenders and investors on financing transactions. Kizzita Mensah has an active corporate, commercial and finance practice, and key senior associates in the team include Sally Hayfron-Benjamin Boaten and Matilda Idun-Donkor.

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Commercial, corporate and M&A
Commercial, corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 2

Reindorf Chambers

The 'diverse team’ at Reindorf Chambers is led by the 'incomparableFui Tsikata and works as part of the DLA Piper firm network. In recent work, Tsikata and a team advised a Ghanaian company on the acquisition of a local mineral exploration company from its foreign-owned parent. Elsewhere, Kizzita Mensah advised a multinational company on corporate, regulatory, tax and employment matters regarding its Ghanaian subsidiary in the context of the company's proposed listing on the London Stock Exchange. Associate Nana Takyiwa Ewool is 'conscientious, meticulous and efficient’.

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Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 2

Reindorf Chambers

With 'a good reputation’ and ‘well-respected partners’, Reindorf Chambers maintains a strong focus on litigation, regularly handling cases before courts of all levels in Ghana. Arbitration is another mainstay, including local and international proceedings. Senior partner Fui Tsikata benefits from over 40 years of experience, and Doe Tsikata has over 34 years' experience representing Ghanaian and multinational clients. ‘Very responsive’ senior associate Sally Hayfron-Benjamin Boaten is also noted.

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Energy
Energy - ranked: tier 1

Reindorf Chambers

Reindorf Chambers focuses on project finance, acquisitions and regulatory issues. Much of its work has a cross-border slant; a recent example was its advice to a mineral exploration company in Ghana on its acquisition of an Australian company that owns six Ghanaian subsidiaries. Fui Tsikata leads the team, which includes senior associate Sally Hayfron-Benjamin Boaten and associate Dominic Dziewornu Quashigah.

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Legal market overview
Leading individuals

Fui Tsikata - Reindorf Chambers

Next generation lawyers

Sally Hayfron-Benjamin Boaten - Reindorf Chambers

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