Corporate and Commercial

Our experienced commercial and corporate lawyers have significant expertise across a broad spectrum of commercial activities.

We recognize that the profile and styles of commercial entities vary according to the people who drive them. We aim to understand our clients’ business and to identify with the individuals concerned to ensure that we provide the exact advice and service required.

Commercial and Corporate services include:-
•Business and tax structuring
•Corporate governance and management
•Venture capital
•Company formations and shareholder agreements
•Private equity raising
•Stock Exchange listings on the Ghana Stock Exchange
•Acquisitions and sales of companies and businesses
•Ghana Investment promotion Council advice
•Takeovers, mergers and Acquisitions
•Partnerships, joint ventures and strategic alliances
•Corporate restructurings

Clinton Consultancy is in particular the firm of choice for:-

Company Formation

Given that company compliance in Ghana requires strict compliance with regulations, knowledge of the proper channels in order to achieve maximum results and the skills to navigate both local and international clients, Clinton Consultancy puts that knowledge and skill at your disposal.

Legal Due Diligence

Legal due diligence is an investigation into a business by re viewing documents and interviewing employees. A legal due diligence investigation is completed when a business or investor is interested in buying a business or investing in that business. The investigation seeks to reveal all important facts and potential liabilities. Once the facts are collected and analyzed, an informed decision can be made. Clinton Consultancy has knowledge and insight into undertaking thorough investigations to make sure the purchase or investment is beneficial to your company.

Capital Markets

Partners at the firm are uniquely qualified to draft regulations, ensure compliance and offer advice about listing on the Ghana Stock Exchange. Clinton Consultancy has guided the privatization of several government owned industries and overseen public listings of some of Ghana’s largest companies.