Access to financial services is a widely acknowledged tool for promoting credit creation and enhancing capital accumulation, and thereby increasing the levels of investment and economic activity. Fintech offers a transformational solution for Africa’s banking sector.
Our lawyers in Namibia advise some of the largest financial services companies and institutions on both their day-to-day operations and wider strategic objectives.
We help our clients contend with legal issues in banking – including restructurings, regulatory demands and the compliance costs that have come with reform.
Our clients include asset managers, capital markets and their participants, investment banks, national regulators, private banks, private equity firms, professional services organizations engaged principally in financial services and retail banks.
Namibia is particularly mindful of the effects of climate change, and as such has shown and continues to show its commitment to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and to do so by 2030.
Mauritius, the tropical island of 2,040 square kilometers with a population of 1.3 million, has for over a quarter of a century been the preferred route for foreign direct investment (FDI) flows to India.
Africa is on the brink of enacting the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement (the AfCFTA or the Agreement), a massive free-trade agreement that, if enacted, will liberalize trade and services across the continent.
Crowdfunding is a generic term referring to the raising of funds from a large number of individuals or entities to finance a project, through an online platform. The main purpose of this model is to support entrepreneurship, the digital and cultural economy, as well as social and humanitarian projects.