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Corporate/Commercial - Ghana
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Victoria's areas of expertise include PPP projects, Corporate, Finance, Technology, Company/Commercial law, Telecommunications, Data Protection, Energy, Restructuring & Insolvency law and the AfCFTA. Her clients include start-ups, SMEs, major international corporations and government agencies.
Victoria is a scholar at Balliol College, Oxford and presently undertaking an Executive MBA degree at Oxford’s Said Business School. She is an experienced UK and Ghanaian qualified international corporate lawyer and a former partner at the London office of a major international law firm. She regularly advises Ghana Club 100 companies, Government Institutions, UK FTSE 100, NYSE listed companies and senior corporate executives on all aspects of their business – including corporate governance, legal risk management, negotiating and drafting a wide range of international commercial and corporate agreements. Victoria is also a Senior Advisor at the premier Washington D.C. based global advisory firm, Albright Stonebridge Group, headed by Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.
The law Society of England and Wales
Ghana Bar Association
Her most recent publications include: (i) contributions to the the following Chambers Global Practice Guides: Anti-Corruption, Corporate Governance, Outsourcing and (ii) contributions to the International Comparative Legal Guides (ICLG) on: Data Protection and Fintech
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