We are extremely pleased to announce the launch of ENSafrica | Ghana. On 1 December 2015, we will join forces with the prominent Ghanaian firm Oxford & Beaumont Solicitors.
Ghana is one of the continent’s fastest growing economies and is considered a gateway to the West African region. Ghana offers a wide range of business and investment opportunities and the country has an abundance of agricultural, mining and human resources, among others.
Since its establishment in 2006, Oxford & Beaumont Solicitors has grown to become one of the top corporate and commercial law firms in Ghana, with an outstanding reputation. It is acclaimed for its “in-country” critical mass coupled with the ability to provide clients with full-service domestic capability. Oxford & Beaumont Solicitors is highly regarded and is ranked in Band 1 by Chambers Global Guide for both Corporate/Commercial and Energy and Natural Resources. Chambers describes the firm as: “Very highly regarded for its financing and energy work, Oxford & Beaumont Solicitors attracts key sector clients such as Chase Petroleum and Noble Mineral Resources. The firm is also involved in notable M&A transactions … . On the dispute resolution side, both litigation and ADR are undertaken. Clients are impressed with the service the firm provides.”
Founding partner and chairman, Elikem Kuenyehia, is qualified in Ghana and England and Wales, and specialises in banking, energy and infrastructure. Elikem was named by Forbes and CNBC as “West Africa Young Business Leader of the Year” in 2012, as well as one of Africa’s next generation leaders by the African Leadership Network. In addition, Elikem wrote the first text book on Ghanaian entrepreneurship, Kuenyehia on Entrepreneurship.
ENSafrica | Ghana is based in Accra.
ENSafrica now has offices in Ghana, Mauritius, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda. ENSafrica’s key distinguishing factor is that all of its offices operate as one firm. The firm is committed to ensuring clients receive consistent world-class service, fast turnaround times and a cost-effective offering, wherever they choose to do business across Africa.