Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) August 26, 2014
Jude Kearney, head of Greenberg Traurig’s Africa Practice, recently moderated a session on economic diversification and partnerships at the recent Equatorial Guinea Economic Forum.
He and other participants at the forum, which included Equatorial Guinea’s President Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, addressed numerous issues related to the country’s efforts to attract American investment. The event was connected to the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit, which brought nearly 50 African heads of state to Washington, D.C., during the first week of August.
Kearney’s practice focuses on corporate transactions, with an emphasis on international project finance. He handles various matters involving energy development, mergers and acquisitions, complex litigation and corporate matters, and has specific experience in international markets, including Africa, Eastern Europe and Asia. He works with major U.S. and foreign clients in the areas of energy, telecommunications, infrastructure projects and financial services, providing counsel on the structure and terms of his clients’ commercial relationships as they relate to project developments in foreign markets.
Kearney previously served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Services Industries and Finance at the U.S. Department of Commerce.
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