Irene Agyenim-Boateng

Irene Agyenim-Boateng





Education/Bar Membership

BA (Sociology & The Study of Religion) (University of Ghana, Legon)
LLB (University of Ghana, Legon)
Barrister-at-Law; Ghana School of Law
Member, International Bar Association, Ghana Bar Association

Irene has assisted in providing advise to key clients in the areas of labour, Corporate & Finance, Dispute Resolution, Employment, Property & Natural Resource and Extractive Industries
  • Advise various corporate Clients on business establishment , statutory and regulatory compliance
  • Court representation for local and international clients on labour disputes and debt recoveries.
  • Provision of company secretarial services to companies.
  • Conduct of legal due diligence on companies in relation to acquisitions, mergers, and investments
  • Advice on company restructuring and share acquisition
  • Conduct of due diligence and advice on acquisition of shares in a micro insurance company
  • Transaction Advisory services to the Ministry of Transport for the selection of a strategic investor for the upgrade and development of PSC Tema Shipyard

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Overall, the biggest expected outcome of the AfCFTA will be value addition opportunities which will cut across agri-business, light manufacturing and emerging heavy manufacturing industries.                                           ...And those who seize the moment may very well be those who may OPTIMIZE the advantage.
David Ofosu-Dorte AB & David Africa