Jeremy Pierre Louis

Jeremy Pierre Louis

Associate | ALN Mauritius | BLC Robert & Associates

Physical Address:

2nd Floor, The Axis, 26 Bank Street, Cybercity, Ebene 72201, Mauritius


+230 403 2400

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  1. Background

    Jeremy Pierre Louis joined BLC Robert in 2018 where he works with the Banking and Finance team. Jeremy studied law at the University of London and is presently perfecting his skills as a finance lawyer.

    Jeremy focuses on both domestic and cross-border transactions in numerous areas ranging from acquisition finance, project finance to structured or trade finance, and in regulatory/compliance advice to banks and financial institutions.

    Since joining BLC Robert, Jeremy has assisted on various corporate transactions which involve drafting of legal documentation, issuing of legal opinions, management of conditions precedent, and carrying out of legal due diligence exercises on companies incorporated in Mauritius. He has also worked on major transactions such as providing legal assitance in relation to the refinancing of a resort in Mauritius and the financing of a solar power project in Sub-Saharan African countries.

  2. Professional Qualifications

    2019 – Date: LL.M. in International Business Law, University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas

    2014 – 2017: Bachelor of Laws with Honours, The University of London

  3. Career Summary

    2022 – Date : Associate, BLC Robert & Associate

    2019 – 2021: Junior Legal Executive, BLC Robert & Associates

    2018 – 2019: Paralegal, BLC Robert & Associates

  4. Top Matters
    • Assisted a multinational european bank on the financing of an independent investment
      platform specialised in the hospitality sector in connection with acquisition of a group of hotels located in Abidjan, Dakar and Douala.
    • Assisted a group of African financial institutions on the financing of the construction of a
      hydroelectric power plant in West Africa in connection to promotion of green energy and employment
      of locals from that region.
    • Assisted in the Mauritian law security package restructuring of the fund raising and expansion
      of an African digital payment operator to develop its payments-without-borders project
      designed to achieve interoperability across payments schemes, borders and currencies.
    • Assisted a diamond mining group, for the financing of the underground expansion of the
      diamond mine located in north-central Botswana by a group of financial institutions.
    • Part of the legal team who is currently advising a private limited company established by the Central Bank of Mauritius on its public financing deals forming part of the Covid-19 assistance
      scheme in connection to providing financial support to several local hotel groups in Mauritius.

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