Norton Rose Fulbright has one of the largest legal footprints in Africa of any international law firm, and has been advising on deals in Africa for over 30 years. This is evident in its experience of working in over 45 African jurisdictions, both advising on transactions and on-going commercial operations and also assisting clients to build their businesses both on the continent and internationally. The firm provides advice on a variety of common and civil laws, including English, Tanzanian, French, Moroccan and South African law, and have experience in Lusophone jurisdictions, specifically Mozambique and Angola. It has worked with a wide range of clients in Africa (some for many years) particularly in corporate, M&A and securities, banking and project finance, and dispute resolution and litigation. Africa’s industry growth trends are a perfect match for its key sector strengths: financial institutions; energy; infrastructure, mining and commodities; transport; technology and innovation; and life sciences and healthcare. The firm’s offices in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban, Casablanca and Dar es Salaam demonstrates the strategic importance of Africa to its global business.
Contact Rachel Lailey, Norton Rose Fulbright South Africa, Tel 011 685-8624, email@example.com
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