A&K Tanzania is a leading full service corporate and commercial law firm based in Dar es Salaam with extensive experience and knowledge of the Tanzanian market.
The A&K Tanzania team has significant experience handling sophisticated transactions, including corporate commercial, infrastructure, real estate, complex mergers and acquisitions, banking and project finance, capital markets, privatisation projects, corporate restructuring, insolvency, mining, energy, telecommunications and employment.
A&K Tanzania is one of the pre-eminent firms in Tanzania and a leading regional powerhouse, having specialist focus and ability to deliver timely and efficient legal services. The firm values the development and cultivation of long-term client relationships and focus on understanding its clients’ business needs and requirements so as to partner in their growth and development. The background experience of the firm’s lawyers allows them to offer the best legal services in the country in all aspects of law.
A&K Tanzania is recognised for its expertise by leading global legal guides, including Chambers & Partners, IFLR1000, and Legal 500. In the Chambers & Partners rankings in 2020, clients praised A&K Tanzania for its ‘excellent service’ and the firm’s ‘responsiveness’. In the IFLR1000’s 2020 edition clients noted that, ‘the firm's staff are highly professional and knowledgeable….’ and that ‘the standard of work is of a very high quality’.
A&K Tanzania is bolstered by the firm’s pan-African reach through ALN, an alliance of leading corporate law firms currently in fifteen, and works closely with ALN’s Regional Office in the UAE, Anjarwalla Collins & Haidermota.
The lawyers at A&K Tanzania share a commitment to clients, to each other and to the profession. The team is known for its approachable, pragmatic, out-of-the box approach to client priorities. The firm’s lawyers have helped clients start business ventures, expand into new markets, resolve complex disputes, and minimise regulatory risks.
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