is the managing partner, who has assisted foreign and domestic clients working in the region for over 25 years. He is closely attuned to investors’ concerns in doing business in West and Central Africa. Recognised as one of Francophone Africa’s top 50 lawyers, Mouhamed advises on corporate transactions, major projects and PPPs, with a particular focus on the mining and energy sectors. He is also a chartered arbitrator before the Arbitration Court of the OHADA states.
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