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Head of ENSafrica Namibia

Hartmut Ruppel


  • Largest corporate law firm with offices in Windhoek, Swakopmund and Walvis Bay
  • More than 600 practitioners
  • Over 40 languages 

With over 600 practitioners and more than 200 years of experience, ENSafrica is Africa’s largest law firm. We provide legal and tax services across sub-Saharan Africa and are committed to ensuring work is done in the manner that best suits our client’s risk profile, preferences and pricing structures. Our specialist divisions include Africa regulatory and business intelligence, Asia, tax and IP. In addition, our artificial intelligence division is able to provide in-depth know-how, be it for purposes of corporate governance and information protection, due-diligence, e-discovery, data analytics and/or market understanding. ENSafrica has lawyers qualified to practise English, French and OHADA law, as well as practitioners who are able to converse in various languages, including Mandarin, Cantonese, French and Portuguese. Through the financial services centre of Mauritius, ENSafrica also offers a unique possibility to integrate all aspects of structuring our client’s investments in relation to all commercial areas of law, tax, IP and fiduciary.

  • Asset finance
  • Banking
  • Capital markets
  • Commercial Dispute Resolution including international arbitration
  • Competition
  • Covered bonds
  • Finance
  • Financial restructuring
  • Financial services regulatory
  • Hedge funds
  • Investment funds
  • Islamic finance
  • M&A
  • Private clients
  • Private equity
  • Private equity funds
  • Project finance
  • Real estate finance and funds
  • Restructuring and insolvency
  • Securitisation
  • Structured finance
  • Tax
  • Trade finance

Financial and Corporate 

Hartmut Ruppel  



Wolf Wohlers



Landmark case in which the Namibian Association of Medical Aid Funds challenged the jurisdiction of the Namibian Competition Commission.


Acquisition of the Uis Tin Project by AfriTin Mining and the listing of Bushveld Minerals on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange.


5 MW photovoltaic solar plant to be developed by Ejuva One Solar Energy and Ejuva Two Solar Energy, holding licences under the Namibia Renewable Energy Feed-In Tariff programme.


Representation of the Micro Lenders Association of Namibia since 2003, including regarding new legislation governing the industry and regulatory matters. 


Investment in unlisted assets by EOS Capital’s Namibia private equity fund, Allegrow Fund, as required by Namibian pension fund regulations.

  • Banking
  • Development finance institutions
  • Financial services
  • Funds and investment management
  • Government and state-owned companies
  • Healthcare
  • Insurance
  • Mining
  • Pharmaceuticals and life sciences
  • Real estate
  • Retirement funds
  • Technology and telecommunications, including FinTech
  • Tourism
  • Utilities

Cape Town
Port Louis
Walvis Bay