Principal Associate | ALN Kenya | Anjarwalla & Khanna
ALN House, Eldama Ravine Close, Off Eldama Ravine Road, Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya
PO Box 200-00606, Sarit Centre, Nairobi, Kenya
Telephone:+254 20 364 0000
Linda Ondimu is a Principal Associate at ALN Kenya | Anjarwalla &Khanna and a member of the Banking, Finance and Insolvency department. Her practice focuses on banking, finance, insolvency restructuring and aviation. She also has considerable experience in real estate, corporate and commercial law, mergers and acquisitions, competition law, and other regulatory matters. Linda represents Kenyan and foreign lenders in relation to both secured and unsecured financing transactions and has also acted for borrowers in local and cross-border financing transactions.
- Law Society of Kenya
- East African Law Society of Kenya
- FIDA Kenya
2015: Admitted as an advocate of the High Court of Kenya and became member of the Law Society of Kenya
2013: Postgraduate Diploma in Law, Kenya School of Law
2012: Bachelors of Law (LL.B), Moi University
Jan 2021 – Date: Principal Associate, Anjarwalla & Khanna, Nairobi
Mar 2019 – Dec 2020: Associate, Anjarwalla & Khanna, Nairobi
Jan 2015 – Mar 2019: Associate, MMAN Advocates, Nairobi
Jan 2014 – Dec 2014: Trainee Lawyer, MMAN Advocates, Nairobi
- Acting for Acorn as the Issuer and Stanbic Bank Kenya and SBG Securities, the lead arrangers, in connection with the USD 50 million MTN programme for several proposed purpose-built student housing by Acorn Holding, a leading real estate developer. This was the first ever Kenyan green bond.
- Acting for the National Government of Kenya in connection with the issue of its third sovereign bond.
- Acting for Citibank in connection with a USD 70 million financing to Greenlight Planet involving multiple lenders.
- Acting for Standard Chartered Bank in connection with a USD 265 million facility to Bharti Airtel International (Netherlands) B.V. and certain subsidiaries.
- Acting for Solar Panda in a USD 10.5 million facility by Lendable.
- Advising a Delaware entity in connection with the purchase of a helicopter for shipment to Kenya for local operations.
- Advising an America bank in connection with the leasing arrangements of 4 aircrafts to a Kenyan operator.
- Advising an Irish leasing company in connection with the leasing arrangements in respect of two aircrafts to a Canadian lessee and the subleasing of the same to a Kenyan operator.
- Acting for a local bank in connection with the administration of a local manufacturing company.
- Advising the International Finance Corporation in connection with USD 15 million facility to CERBA Lancet Africa S.A.S and certain of its subsidiaries.
- Acting for a multinational telecommunications company in connection with its USD 50 million financing from The Standard Bank of South Africa Isle Of Man Branch.
- Acting for Citibank in connection with its USD 45 million financing to a multinational telecommunications company.
- Advising an international clean energy investor in connection with enforcement of its securities in Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda.
- Acting for one of the largest commercial banks in East Africa in connection with a USD 60 million and KES 50 million secured facility to two local petroleum handling and processing companies for term loan facilities and working capital.
- Acting for one of the largest commercial banks in East Africa in connection with a USD 88 million secured facility to a local grain handing and processing company for term loan facilities and working capital.
- Acting for one of the largest independent liquid petroleum products pipeline operators in the United States of America on the Kenyan in connection with the competition aspects in relation to its acquisition of a 50% equity stake in a global owner-operator of refined petroleum product and crude oil terminals.
- Acting for Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV in connection with the Kenyan competition aspects of its worldwide merger with SABMiller.
- Acting for a developer of a residential housing estate in Eldoret with a project value estimated at KES 1.4 billion, in connection with its sale, including undertaking the purchase of the property to be developed, overseeing the change of use and preparing all sale and transfer documents for all individual units within the estate.
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