TripleOKlaw LLP Quarterly Client Engagement Cocktail March 21st 2019

On the 21st of March, we hosted our Client Engagement Cocktail, held every quarter to interract and network with our clients over great food and drinks. The guest of honour for the night was Mr Robert Ondhowe from the United Nations Environmental Program. A man very passionate about climate change and the environment, he presented […]

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Public Private Partnerships According to GTDT(Getting The Deal Through)

GTDT(Getting the Deal Through) is an organization that deals with many of the best lawyers and law firms across the world. Their online research platform is used by various institutions, law firms regulators as a priority for any legal inquiries and query’s worldwide. This is their perspective on Public Private Partnerships with Tom Onyango – […]

Emerging Markets – An Eye on the Future

Emerging Markets – An Eye on the Future Brief Insights from Our Lawyers. Bryan Muindi, an Associate at TRIPLEOKLAW, comments on what are likely to be high growth opportunities with regard to the Emerging Markets practice area. Ranging from Financial Instruments to Public Private Partnerships, TRIPLEOKLAW is prepared to provide customized legal advice and professional support [...]

Mergers & Acquisitions in Kenya – A Lot is Happening

Mergers & Acquisitions in Kenya – A Lot is Happening Brief Insights from Our Lawyers. Tom Onyango, Partner and a department Head at TRIPLEOKLAW and Bryan Muindi, an Associate at TRIPLEOKLAW, comment on the vibrant Mergers and Acquisitions sector. A lot of Private Equity is jostling for pieces of the vibrant Kenya business investment space. If [...]

Public Private Partnership – Tapping Into Private Money

Public Private Partnership – Tapping Into Private Money Brief Insights from Our Lawyers. Tom Onyango, Partner and a department Head at TRIPLEOKLAW and Brian Muindi, an Associate at TRIPLEOKLAW, touch on the issue of Public Private Partnership (PPP). As governments struggle to meet the infrastructure and similar capital intensive public needs, mutually beneficial arrangements with private [...]