Our Lawyers have a unique understanding of our clients’ priorities and objectives in Equatorial Guinea. Our ability to provide practical, decisive advice concerning their day-to-day management decisions is unmatched. Our practice includes counseling clients on developments in regulatory issues and obligations, foreign corruption Practice Act, AML/ BSA, security evaluation and enforcement. Timing and attention to detail are critical to financial institutions and corporations engaged in structuring loan transactions. When negotiating agreements and preparing documentation in Malabo or Bata, Equatorial Guinea; we act with speed and accuracy.
We participate in disputes arising out of credit transactions on behalf of lenders or borrowers. Such disputes may relate to collections, guarantees, security assessment and realization, priority of claims, or the enforcement of rights in bankruptcy and receivership. The breadth of our background in litigation is an asset in negotiating equitable out-of-court settlements and, if necessary, effectively representing our clients at trial.
Most Recent Transactions:
- Currently advising a Big Four accounting firm as it pertains to the application of VAT and other tax issues in Equatorial Guinea.
- Advised a US utility in the structuring of USD 2 billion stranded cost bond financing (including legislative, lobbying and structured finance transactional matters) in an African country.
- Currently advising an international bank on the construction financing and related matters of a major development project in Equatorial Guinea.