Akosua Kyeiwaa Akowuah

Akosua Kyeiwaa Akowuah

Senior Associate




Education/Bar Membership

Barrister-at-Law; LLB (Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi)
Member, Ghana Bar Association, International Bar Association and American Bar Association

Akosua has assisted with assignments in Corporate & Finance, Intellectual Property, Commercial Litigation & ADR, Public Private Partnerships and Real Estate. Akosua is an alumnus of the Slaughter & May Explore Programme.
  • Provision of legal advisory services/due diligence to a client on the transfer of its local entity through a share transfer to a Swedish Limited Company
  • Advice to a bank on a loan and security arrangement for a $100m facility to one of the telecommunication companies in Ghana / preparation of facility agreement.
  • Advice and Conduct of due diligence for China Development Bank (CDB) on loan and security transaction in respect of loan facility to an airline company
  • Advice on a $300m dollar transaction for the financing of the restructuring of a major oil refinery in West Africa.
  • Advice to proposed off- takers in and conduct of confirmatory due diligence on Agricultural Development Bank in respect of IPO.
  • Advice on a loan and security arrangements on $120M loan syndication to a telecom giant
  • Advice on the share acquisition by a private company and a leading international tobacco company which sells its products in more than 180 markets worldwide
  • Advice on conversion of a conventional loan to an Islamic Finance loan in respect of the financing of the FPSO John Agyekum Kufuor
  • Review and comments on draft facility agreement between Bank of New York Mellon and a West Africa Central Bank
  • Advice on Loan Transaction between CDB Jiangxi Branch and Zhongmei Engineering Group Ltd.

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