Your Favourite Destination and Business Haven in West Africa: Ghana is not only seen as a beacon for democracy and economic development
in Sub-Saharan Africa, it has a stable democratic government
with a tested and internationally-commended electoral process that has seen four peaceful transfers of power since 1992.
Furthermore, a responsive regulatory environment is established to facilitate investment in Ghana.
Our firm is uniquely placed to assist investors across the variety of opportunities in Ghana.
Our 2017 edition of A Brief of Investment Opportunities in Ghana describes the various trends and developments in a variety of sectors, including Oil & Gas, Agriculture, Industry and Services.
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We can provide a wide range of services to overseas clients and prospective investors.
We have served clients from those who are simply exploring opportunities in Ghana to those who
have established operations and are seeking to develop and augment their business. Being both
qualified lawyers and consultants with cross-sectoral experience and familiarity, we can assist
with every aspect of a company's activities from advising on local circumstances and requirements,
registration and incorporation, through to the recruitment of staff and ensuring that the appropriate
institutional structures for optimal operation are established.
These services are ably supported by a highly-skilled and experienced team who bring to bear a wide breadth of experience gained both locally and internationally. This team is also dedicated to providing high quality services to international standards.
We also offer services whereby we can act as local agents for overseas clients. A number
of our clients have used us in this regard in the past before they have established an
in-country base themselves. This is very beneficial to companies who in particular are
simply exploring opportunities in Ghana or are in the very early stages of commencing their operations in Ghana.
In this regard we currently hold the local representative offices for a major global publishing company and a number of oil and gas companies that are beginning their operations in Ghana.
Knowing the local terrain intimately and being consistently tuned into emerging social, political and economic trends, our firm understands and can provide advice on the true local context, the opportunities it provides for doing business, and guidelines on how a new entrant may strategize to capitalize on such opportunities.
Every business economy is influenced by its socio-cultural characteristics. The diversity of our firm and its staff ensures that we remain acutely aware of the cross-cultural aspects of doing business in Ghana. We are therefore well-equipped to advise new entrants on the most effective and professional ways and means of engaging the local business community and citizens at large.