Part of the DLA Piper Africa Group, Reindorf Chambers provides services within the finance, corporate, dispute resolution, employment, energy and telecommunications sectors. It achieves eight listings across five sectors and is a “dominant” player in the legal market.
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The firm’s financial experts regularly advise local and international banks in trade and project finance transactions in the mining, energy, telecommunications and real estate sectors. The “pre-eminent” Ekua Hayfron-Benjamin is acclaimed for her “exceptional knowledge” of international investment and project finance. She also ranks highly in our mining and corporate chapters. She is joined by Sally Hayfron-Benjamin Boaten who is known by her clients as someone who “gives great advice” in investment-related matters. Kizzita Mensah is recognised as “a star” in our finance chapter and is also noted in our corporate chapter for her “responsiveness” to clients’ needs.
Reindorf Chambers has played a key role in the energy industry, having advised on a number of major transactions involving oil, gas and electricity. We list energy “expert” Fui Tsikata who is the “doyen” of energy-related matters in Ghana and has over three decades of experience in mineral and energy law.
The firm’s employment practice is represented by Doe Tsikata who specialises in negotiations with trade unions and employment contracts in the construction, hospitality and leisure sectors.