Environmental, social and governance (ESG) considerations are trending right across Africa. In this podcast, Africa Legal’s Thomas Pearson speaks to partners of ALN Nigeria and ALN Kenya to explore how mergers and acquisitions and corporate transaction trends shape business.
ALN firms in Kenya, Nigeria, Mauritius, and Algeria have been named ‘Law Firm of the Year’ in their respective countries at the Chambers Africa Awards 2023. The awards recognise the outstanding work of law firms and professionals across the continent.
ALN UAE | Anjarwalla, Collins & Haidermota is delighted to announce the appointment of Devvrat Periwal as a Partner in the Private Clients practice.
ALN Kenya | Anjarwalla & Khanna is delighted to announce the appointment of Nicole Gichuhi as a Partner in the Real Estate & Construction practice and Jeremy Muyela as a Director in the Forensics, Risk and Compliance practice.
In Africa, ESG factors are having an increasing impact on M&A decision-making. ALN Nigeria partners and compliance and governance experts Adeolu Idowu and Ajibola Asolo discussed the issue with Craig Sisterson.
With the digital revolution, one of the most important assets an organisation has is its data. More and more, emphasis is being placed on organisations to keep track of their data to monitor and improve efficiencies in their business.
Africa remains an attractive private equity investment destination for private equity firms looking to invest in emerging markets. Private equity is a key part of ALN firms’ M&A practice, and our teams provide strategic and structuring advice to the continent’s key players, and their advice is crucial to mitigating risk and maximising returns.
On 15th August 2022, the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati declared Hon. William Ruto as the President-elect. This declaration was immediately disputed by four IEBC Commissioners and Hon. Ruto’s main challenger, Hon. Raila Odinga. Under Kenya’s Constitution, any disputes arising out of presidential elections can only be resolved by the Supreme Court of Kenya. Legally, aggrieved parties only have 7 days from the date of declaration to petition the Supreme Court.
ALN Nigeria | Aluko & Oyebode is pleased to have won 4 awards at the IFLR Africa Awards 2022 in the following categories:
ALN has for the third consecutive year received the “Africa Legal Network of the Year” award at the IFLR Africa Awards 2022, in recognition of its innovative approach in cross-border transactions. ALN member firms ALN Mauritius|BLC Robert & Associates, ALN Kenya|Anjarwalla & Khanna, and ALN Tanzania| A&K Tanzania won the “Law Firm of the Year” award for their impressive track records in providing advice on the most consequential and innovative deals in their respective countries.