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Benson M. Nyenjeri

Senior Partner

+254 722 376881

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Benson is a Senior Partner at the Firm and heads the Projects and Infrastructure Department. Ben has vast experience and plays a pivotal role in project finance and infrastructure, real estate and property, gaining international acclaim and awards for projects for which he is in charge. He has advised various developers on project structuring, joint ventures and transaction documentation for various residential, commercial and mix-use projects across Kenya. Ben’s areas of specialization include Project Finance and Infrastructure; Banking and Finance Law; Corporate and Commercial Law, Procurement Law, Land Use and Planning and Property Law.

Ben is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and a Notary Public. He holds a Diploma from Kenya School of Law, a Diploma from the Kenya Institute of Supplies Management and a Certificate of the Principles and Practice of New Urbanism from the University of Miami - School of Architecture. He is a member of the Law Society of Kenya, East African Law Society and Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (UK).

Practice areas

building construction

Project Finance & Infrastructure

Making Notes

Joint Ventures

Matters Handled

  • Preparation of complex Contracts, Memoranda of Understanding and Agreements including Concession Agreements, Security Contracts, Financing Agreements, Duty Free Licenses and Leases

  • Acted for a developer in a major Real Estate Housing Project valued at USD 19,000,000Preparation and registration of security documents such as charges, mortgages, debentures, chattels mortgages, Loan Agreements & Deed of Guarantees on behalf of Banks & Financial Institutions cumulatively valued at over USD 100,000,000;

  • Acted for a developer in a major Real Estate Housing Project valued at USD. 18,000,000 and

  • Incorporation/registration of companies, business names & foreign branches, preparation of commercial agreements, corporate reorganization & advising on corporate compliance issues.

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