Hogan Lovells is pleased to be hosting an Africa Breakfast Briefing on the keys to establishing successful joint ventures in Africa on 25 November 2014.
Joint ventures have become increasingly important as a medium through which global companies seek to enter African markets. Whilst entering into a joint venture can offer such companies relatively cheap and quick access to foreign markets, taking advantage of the resources and expertise of the local partner, it also inevitably involves a sacrifice of control and exposure to the additional risks associated with partnering with another company in a foreign jurisdiction. Our Africa Breakfast Briefing will feature expert insight from lawyers with experience of structuring international joint ventures and resolving disputes between joint venture partners in Africa.
This is the first in a series of Hogan Lovells Africa Breakfast Briefings on practical issues which are likely to be of interest to companies with investments or operations in the region.
Hogan Lovells International LLP
50 Holborn Viaduct
8:00 Registration and Networking
8.30 Panel discussion
- Chair: Andrew Skipper, Head of Africa Practice, Hogan Lovells
- Key considerations when establishing a joint venture in Africa (Keith Woodhouse and David Harrison, Hogan Lovells)
- Avoiding and resolving disputes in the context of joint ventures (Nathan Searle and Rashida Abdulai, Hogan Lovells)
The seminar is eligible for 1 SRA CPD hour.
Please RSVP here.