Keith Mukami, a high level corporate and finance lawyer, has joined ALN Tanzania as a new partner. Mukami’s extensive experience and deep knowledge of global and African markets position him as a valuable asset to the firm and its clients.
In Africa’s rapidly evolving business landscape, multinational corporations and international investors require legal partners who possess a comprehensive understanding of the inherent risks and opportunities within each jurisdiction. With Mukami’s arrival, ALN Tanzania strengthens its ability to respond effectively to its clients’ changing needs, providing the necessary guidance and expertise to navigate emerging corporate issues and capitalise on future opportunities.
His expertise will enhance the firm's capabilities in serving clients operating in various sectors, including financial services, mining, energy, manufacturing, telecommunications and hospitality.
“ALN is committed to continuing to enhance depth and expertise across all our markets, combining global quality with local nuance. Keith’s arrival will add bench strength and depth, further bolstering the establishment of a dedicated corporate law team that will be a game-changer for our East African region and the continent at large,” commented ALN Board Director Karim Anjarwalla.
Dual qualified in England and Tanzania, Mukami’s career has involved advising clients in and out of private practice, including global financial institutions, governments, and development finance institutions. He brings a wealth of experience in corporate and finance law, with a particular focus on legal and regulatory affairs in African financial and capital markets.
Having worked for various African- and European-based financial services institutions, Mukami has engaged extensively with senior policy makers and regulators across Africa, and has played a pivotal role in advising on the establishment of financial services businesses.
“Keith’s appointment highlights our unwavering commitment to continue supporting clients in navigating new territories and capitalising on future opportunities in the East African region and across Africa,” said ALN Kenya Managing Partner, Daniel Ngumy.
ALN Tanzania is a leading regional powerhouse based in Dar es Salaam, with a diverse and talented team of over 100 lawyers in offices located in Dar es Salaam, Dubai, Nairobi and Mombasa. The firm's consolidated and seamless cross-border offering optimally positions the firm to provide pragmatic advice to clients navigating the Tanzanian market and beyond.
Being a member of ALN, a leading integrated alliance of pre-eminent full-service corporate law firms in Africa, ALN Tanzania’s experience and ability to work across borders and project manage multi-jurisdictional issues on deals enables it to work with clients to navigate the multitude of opportunities and risks in Africa, holistically combining legal, tax, regulatory and commercial advice.
ALN Tanzania Partner Shemane Amin referred to the appointment as “further evidence of our meritocratic culture, our strong belief in the future of the firm and ALN, and in the individual strength of our outstanding professionals and colleagues. With Africa’s business landscape changing at pace, Keith’s addition to the corporate team brings an insightful and forward-thinking perspective that is crucial to solving our clients’ legal challenges.”
Mukami says he is excited to join ALN Tanzania, which enjoys a strong record for cross-border and transactional corporate matters. “With Tanzania’s dynamic economy and multitude of opportunities, the timing is impeccable. I hope to use my experience to continue to grow the exceptional practice that has been developed,” he noted.
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