Andersen Global enters several African markets

14 July 2020 3 min. read

Andersen Global has injected new momentum into its African expansion efforts, with new collaborations in Mauritania, Madagascar, Chad, Eswatini, Gambia, and Liberia.


The firm announced a partnership with Nouakchott-based legal services firm Chinguity Law – a six-attorney team that offers family, business, employment, banking, finance, and insurance services among others. Chinguity law was founded in 2009 and operates out of two locations in Nouakchott. The team is headed by Managing Patner Boumiya Hamoud.


Andersen Global has partnered with Madagascar-based tax and law firm HK Jurifisc – a 30-strong team that offers tax, law, recruitment, HR and immigration support services. The team is led by Managing Partner Hanna Gräfin Keyserlingk.


Kreich Avocats are Andersen Global’s new partners in Chad. Kreich Avocats was founded in 2015 and has since grown into a 10-strong team that offers legal services to clients across Chad and the Community of Central African States (CEMAC) region. The team is led by Managing Director Abdelkérim Kreich.

Andersen Global enters several African markets


Andersen Global is now collaborating with Eswatini-based Robinson Bertram – a stalwart legal services firm in the country. The firm was founded in the late 1800s, and currently has a team of 30 professionals led by Managing Partner Zwelethu Desmond Jele.


In Gambia, Andersen Global is partnering with Fajara Chambers – a 25-year-old law firm that specialises in litigation, general business law serving telecom, real estate, banking and other sectors. The firm is led by Managing Partners Ann Rivington and Malick F. M’bai.


The firm’s new Liberia partner is BICON – a 30-strong team founded in 2015 by Managing Partner Zinnah B. Sackie. The firm offers accounting services to a number of clients across the merchandising, manufacturing, mining and agriculture sectors. 

The list of new partners is representative of Andersen Global’s continued commitment to building a presence in Africa. “Our Africa platform is already one of the largest providers for legal services on the continent and building a benchmark organization in the region is a key element in our strategy,” said Andersen Global Chairman and Andersen CEO Mark Vorsatz.

The firm has been expanding rapidly in the region in recent years. In early 2018, the firm added a partner in Uganda to its network, followed by a partner in Kenya. Mozambique and Angola followed on the list later that year, while a Ghana member firm was added to the list last year.