Venture Law’s corporate practice provides legal services to many of the world’s top corporations, including Fortune 100 and FTSE 100 companies – many of which have been with us for years.
Clients turn to us for our commercially sound and technically strong legal advice on their complex cross-border matters and local investments. Based on their experience, our lawyers think beyond obvious legal issues and focus on the creation of legal solutions that add value for our clients.
Our team also regularly advises onshore clients on all commercial aspects of their business, providing legal and regulatory advice to ensure compliance with all the local law requirements and drafting their commercial contracts and documentation.
Our team regularly assists both international and local clients on all aspects of the formation and structuring of corporate entities, helping them determine the appropriate corporate structure for their business based on their objectives and needs.
Our experience includes:
Our lawyers are experienced in all types of Mergers & Acquisitions work and are regularly involved from early structuring to successful closing. We advise on multi-billion dollar transactions that are often cross-border and involve technology, insurance, telecommunications, financial, pharma and oil and gas sectors. We provide seamless service to our clients on all aspects of M&A work, including:
Venture Law lawyers are at the forefront of advising some of the world’s most recognized companies and institutions on their equity and debt capital raisings.
Venture Law team was involved in the listing of the first Mauritius company on the New York Stock Exchange and has since then assisted other clients in relation to their initial public offerings.
Venture Law acts as legal advisor to several listed/unlisted Mauritius companies engaged in raising debt capital. We advise clients in connection with all types of debt raising transactions, including bond or high yield note offerings, and our lawyers offer a wealth of experience with all such debt raising transactions.