Dentons EALC East African Law Chambers

Tanzania

Address:
House No. 18, Rukwa Street
Dar es Salaam
Tanzania
PO Box 38192

+255762600857


Key contacts:

Managing Partner: Stella Ndikimi
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Quick facts:

Number of lawyers: 19
Number of partners: 4
Network memberships: INTA, AVCA
Languages : English


Dentons EALC East African Law Chambers is a corporate commercial law firm that provides legal and tax services in Tanzania and has an established international network.

Led by professionals who have achieved a strong reputation in the market and profession. Our professionals’ track records show that we have invaluable experience of not only working in Tanzania but also globally.

The goal of the Firm is to provide prompt, efficient and accurate professional services to its clientele at a reasonable fee. Our Firm is well aware that corporate clients require more than narrow professional advice/assistance in a socio-political world. The Firm therefore does its best to cater for its clients’ needs.

Dentons EALC East African Law Chambers have consistently punched above their weight and are well regarded for their experience. Our proactive approach has no doubt garnered considerable success with our “client-oriented” objective, leaving clients pleased with the results and services that we offer.

At Dentons EALC East African Law Chambers, our priority is to offer our clients personalised care for all their legal matters. We are committed to exceeding your expectations.

Our proven track record, experience and capability to offer a broad range of professional services of high quality and a single touch point for our clients.

  • Connecting you to talented professionals around the globe.
  • We are polycentric. Dentons has no single headquarters and no dominant national culture. Diverse in terms of geography, language and nationalities, we proudly offer clients talent from diverse backgrounds and countries with deep experience in every legal tradition in the world.
  • We offer business solutions. Rather than offering theoretical analysis, we provide the specific advice required to get a deal done, resolve a dispute or solve a business challenge.
  • We measure our success by the service we provide. Regardless of the scale and scope of your business needs, you get the individual attention you need and deserve. Whether the matter is big or small, if it is important to you, then it is important to us.
  • Partner level commitment – leading professionals in their fields.
  • Innovating through Nextlaw
  • Dynamic and pragmatic working structures to assist clients meet their needs.

“They are very competent and professional.”

“Very good in corporate.”

Capital Markets

Stella Ndikimi
stella.ndikimi@dentons.co.tz

Legal counsel in respect to the multicurrency green medium term note programme (Kijani Bond) issued by CRDB Bank Plc, one of the largest and leading banks in Tanzania. This is the first and largest green bond to be listed on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE). Our legal support was all encompassing for both the issuer and arranger and included conducting a comprehensive legal due diligence of the Issuer, advising on and assisting the Issuer to obtain the necessary regulatory approvals from the Bank of Tanzania, the Capital Markets and Securities Authority and the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE), drafting the transactional documents issuing the legal opinion as well as providing legal advice on the transaction.

The Kijani Bond is a green investment opportunity offered by CRDB Bank, representing the largest green bond in Tanzania and Sub-Saharan Africa. It offers an unprecedented 10.25% interest rate, demonstrating the bank's commitment to environmental, social, and governance (ESG) principles. The bond is accessible to all, with a minimum initial investment of just TZS 500,000, and has been subscribed by 429.55%, raising Sh171.82 billion against an initial target of Sh40 billion.

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