Nana Serwah Godson-Amamoo

Nana Serwah Godson-Amamoo





Education/Bar Membership

LLM, Transactional Practice,
Ghana Barrister at Law
Member, International Bar Association, Ghana Bar Association and American Bar Association

Nana’s experience has been in commercial transaction in finance, oil & gas, mining and energy. She has also advised on pensions, mergers and acquisitions. She consults on public sector and regulatory reform projects in Ghana and West Africa.
    • Advice and implementation of an integrated bauxite and aluminum industry.
    • Advice on the acquisition of shares in one of Ghana’s biggest hotels
    • Advice to on a multi-jurisdictional restructuring and acquisition of assets
    • Advice on the Regulatory approvals required for reorganization of a company in the telecoms and ICT sector.
    • Advice on the Data Protection and Electronic Transaction in Ghana.
    • Advise on a project for the development of a customer interaction platform, Proof – of – Concept (POC)
    • Advise on a transaction for the provision of ICT infrastructure for and e-learning project in 40 districts in Ghana
    • Advise on the Service Level and Software Development Agreements for the design and management of e-statement platforms for various commercial banks in Ghana
    • Advisory services on a 660MW gas to power project for the Government of Ghana acting through the Ministry of Power.
    • Legal specialist – Preparation of Regulation for the Public Procurement Act
    • Legal specialist – Preparation of Land Use and Spatial Planning Regulations
    • Development of Regulatory and Institutional Framework for Public Private Partnerships in Ghana
    • Team Member – Preparation of Regulations for the Railway Act
    • Regulations/Manual to the Procurement & Concession Commission of Liberia
    • Advisory services to a client for its engagement as a subcontractor for the supply, financing, installation, operation and maintenance of 10 new GE TM 2,500 aero derivative gas turbine for the production of power in Ghana.
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