Provided by Adelaide Benneh Prempeh
Adelaide Benneh Prempeh is the Founder and Managing Partner of B&P ASSOCIATES. She is a dual-qualified Barrister and Solicitor of England & Wales, and Ghana with a wealth of experience from both jurisdictions.
Her expertise spans across various sectors with focus practice areas in Energy & Natural Resources, Construction and Infrastructure, Project Finance & Development, Telecommunication, Cyber, Financial Markets, Corporate and Cross-Border Transactions, Restructuring & Insolvency, Employment & Immigration, and International Family Law. She has been engaged by multinational companies within the petroleum, energy, and mining sectors and corporations involved in domestic or multi-jurisdictional restructurings.
Adelaide is a top-ranked lawyer in the Corporate/Commercial Chambers & Partners Global Guide and the Legal 500 Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) Guide.
Client testimonials of Adelaide in her Legal 500 (EMEA) 2021 include:
“I worked exclusively with Adelaide Benneh Prempeh, the managing partner. She was exceptionally professional, very knowledgeable, really accommodating, and a pleasure to work with. She helped us deliver a legal analysis tailored to international investors which was very well received and added great value to our research”.
Adelaide has recently been appointed a member of the first Governing Board of the Cyber Security Authority of Ghana. She is certified as an Insolvency Practitioner by the Registrar of Companies, Ghana, and an appointed Lecturer of the Ghana School of Law. She also maintains her appointment as Legal Consultant to the World Bank Group on Ghana’s Investment and Insolvency regime, an elected Fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL), and serves as Company Secretary on the Boards of several companies operating in Ghana.
As part of her ventures, Adelaide provides legal support and insight as an appointed International Finance Corporation (IFC) Insolvency Consultant on the regulatory landscape of the insolvency and restructuring regime of Ghana towards the implementation of the newly passed Corporate Insolvency and Restructuring Act (CIRA), 2020 (Act 1015), applying an extensive review of the Insolvency Laws of Ghana, the Draft Regulations, and the Ghana Association of Restructuring and Insolvency Advisors (GARIA) Bill and the facilitation and delivery of training and workshops.
Bar of England & Wales; Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn London; Ghana Bar Association; International Bar Association; Elected Fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers (IAFL); INSOL International; Association of Restructuring, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Professionals.