GOING GLOBAL: Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, Italy, Macau, Mozambique, Namibia, Portugal, São Tomé and Principe and South Africa.

Whatever project you are building we assist you navigating from the early stages to your overseas expansion

Even the most basic transactions take on a certain level of complexity when conducted in an international environment.  Therefore we apply our expertise and in-depth knowledge of local culture and business practices in assisting foreign companies and overseas businesses in establishing their business in sub-Saharan countries.

Our team of lawyers, legal consultants and legal network throughout the world will assist our clients in making informed decisions about investment opportunities and identifying the appropriate business structure.

Arbitration Africa
We are proud to present ourselves as the preferred business partner for any business venture in African countries, especially those located in the sub-Saharan region. This is the reason why we decided to set up a specific project for assisting professionals and companies in doing business within African countries. Please refer to arbitrationafrica.com and do not hesitate to contact us for more information.
Amongst others, we offer our Clients the following services
  • Market Research and identification of business opportunities for foreign companies
  • Identification of local business partners for foreign companies
  • Assisting foreign companies to implement their business plans
  • Act as representative on behalf of foreign companies when negotiating with local authorities, i.e. business development projects in the local market, and conduct follow up to these services
  • Company setup and incorporation
  • Restructuring of companies
  • Business registration
  • Compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Due legal diligence
  • Property consulting
  • Contract drafting
  • Securing advice on tax and legal structuring
  • legal and political risk assessment
  • environmental impact assessment
  • financial planning and business analysis