The Angolan Government has created investment incentive models to be adopted in the renewable energy sector. Through the Atlas and National Strategy for New Renewable Energies plan, a framework to encourage investment in renewable energy was proposed that focuses on attracting private initiatives to the sector.
Filipe Marques de Oliveira has been involved in providing assistance on matters related to private investment projects; corporate law; foreign exchange operations; labour issues; oil and maritime activities and corporate restructuring operations for national and international companies, especially with companies with a presence in Angola.
Experience has included advising on:
- Issues related to private investment projects to multinationals.
- Company Law (set up and dissolution of several companies).
- Foreign exchange law issues (foreign exchange transactions), in particular for the oil and gas sector (distribution of dividends, invisible transactions, others).
- Local content regulation focussed on but not limited to the oil sector.
- Master in Administrative Law, specialisation in Energy Law; Petroleum, from the Lisbon Law School of the Portuguese Catholic University, 2017;
- Law Degree, Catholic University of Lisbon Law School 2015
- 2020 - Present; DLA Piper ABBC Consultant, Portugal
- 2020 - Present; ADCA Consultant, Luanda;
- 2017 - 2020; Legal Advisor at one of the Big Four;
- 2016 - 2017; Legal Advisor at the Legal Department of an Insurance Company based in Lisbon;
- 2016 - Internship at the Legal Centre of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (CEJUR), Portugal;
- 2013 - Internship at a Law Firm based in Lisbon;
- 2013 - Internship at Law Firm based in Luanda.