Danielle is an Attorney-at-law and the Managing Partner of the firm.
She is a member of the Cameroon Bar Association, of the Nigerian Bar Association and of the American Bar Association.
She is a Business law graduate and an experienced business law practitioner. She has acted as lead counsel in a wide range of corporate and commercial briefs in the leading law firms she worked with in Cameroon, in Nigeria and in South Africa.
She has undergone qualifying professional trainings under the auspices of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the African Intellectual Property Organization (OAPI) and the International Finance Corporation (IFC).
Danielle specializes in OHADA Corporate law and represents clients in OHADA-related litigation within Africa and in International Arbitration proceedings. She has a profound knowledge of the industry and advises investors, institutional and corporate clients with regard to their projects within the OHADA zone with focus on the setting up, management and dissolution of companies, joint ventures, securities, debt recovery procedures, liquidation of assets and insolvency.
She handles company secretarial services and advises on shareholders agreements, shares purchase, corporate governance, corporate finance, company restructuring, regulatory compliance, negotiation and drafting of commercial agreements. She is known for her expertise in assisting corporate entities in their investment projects. Her competence ranges from business incorporation, to the negotiation and execution of complex public procurement contracts, including engineering, procurement and construction contracts (EPCs).
Danielle advises on Financial regulation within the CEMAC zone and on Financial Technology (FinTech).
She is a trusted expert in mergers and acquisitions, competition law and franchising.
She is a World Bank Doing Business Consultant and a lecturer at the University of Abomey-Calavi in the Benin Republic.
Danielle is fluent in English and in French.