Lex Mundi Publishes New Guide: Key Business and Legal Developments in Africa

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Lex Mundi in Africa: Key Business and Legal Developments

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Lex Mundi, in conjunction with its member firms in Africa, has published the first installment of a new guide, Lex Mundi in Africa: Key Market Developments.

The guide has been developed to help in-house counsel as well as other corporate and financial decision makers stay apprised of important trends with industries, law and regulation and transactional activity in Africa.

Lex Mundi in Africa: Key Market Developments details key business and legal developments for investors across major jurisdictions in Africa. The guide includes legislative news, trends and projects, recent key developments and deals on the continent organized by industry sectors including:

  •     energy and power
  •     recent geological discoveries
  •     banking and insurance
  •     infrastructure
  •     private investment stock exchange

This guide and the next installments of the series can be downloaded free of charge on the Lex Mundi website at http://www.lexmundi.com/lexmundi/Africa.asp.

Lex Mundi in Africa
With more than 500 lawyers on the ground in nineteen African jurisdictions, Lex Mundi member firms have experience working together to provide investors coordinated legal advice and service covering all relevant areas of commercial and financial law, including mergers and acquisitions, dispute resolution, antitrust and competition, compliance and tax.

Lex Mundi member firms in Africa are working on transactions across the continent. Together they provide extensive coverage and are committed to working together to provide on-the-ground expertise.

About Lex Mundi
Lex Mundi is the world’s leading network of independent law firms with in-depth experience in 100+ countries. Lex Mundi member firms offer clients preferred access to more than 21,000 lawyers worldwide – a global resource of unmatched breadth and depth. Each member firm is selected on the basis of its leadership in – and continued commitment to – its local market. The Lex Mundi principle is one independent firm for each jurisdiction. Firms must maintain their level of excellence to retain membership within Lex Mundi.

Through close collaboration, information-sharing, training and inter-firm initiatives, the Lex Mundi network is an assurance of connected, on-the ground expertise in every market in which a client needs to operate. Working together, Lex Mundi members are able to seamlessly handle their clients’ most challenging cross-border transactions and disputes.

Member law firms are located throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean and North America. Through Lex Mundi’s nonprofit affiliate, the Lex Mundi Pro Bono Foundation, members also provide pro bono legal assistance to social entrepreneurs around the globe.

For more information, please visit http://www.lexmundi.com and http://www.lexmundiprobono.org.

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