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Corporate/Commercial Services

De Jure Corporate lawyers have advised on a range of corporate/commercial matters including foreign direct investment, banking and finance, joint ventures, acquisitions and securities; providing bespoke legal services to private sector domestic and international clientele and donor agencies; drafting bespoke agreements for joint ventures, investment projects, and project finance structures; and handling company incorporations and foreign mergers and acquisitions.  

De Jure lawyers all have specific expertise on acquisitions; agency and distribution; collaboration agreements; angel investment; banking and finance; confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements, consultancy agreements; exploitation agreements; foreign direct investment; framing agreements; franchising; MoUs and HoTs; Joint venture agreements; lease, hire and maintenance agreements; licence agreements; logistics agreements; manufacture, purchase and supply; mergers; option agreements; outsourcing; partnership agreements; reseller agreements; securities; strategic alliance agreements and terms of business.

De Jure lawyers range of Corporate clients have included a mobile payments venture company, AIM-listed Utilities Companies, Google Inc., IBM, African Development Bank (AfDB), the Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF), the Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO), the German Development Finance Institution (DEG – Deutsche Investitions- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH), the South African Industrial Development Corporation (IDC), the Belgian Development Bank (BIO), Cordiant managed ICF Debt Pool, The Swedish Development Fund (Swedfund), Addax, Macmillan, Japan Tobacco Inc, commercial banks and other foreign companies.

Donor and international/regional agencies clients have include, UK Department for International Development, The World Bank, International Telecommunications Union, West African Telecoms Regulatory Assembly (WATRA) and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).


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