IFLR1000 has once again recognised Bowmans’ excellence advising on complex and multi-jurisdictional corporate and finance matters in Africa. IFLR1000’s Financial and Corporate Guide for 2023, which was released today (23 November), shows that Bowmans was ranked in 19 areas, with 13 rated in the top tier. In addition, 45 of its lawyers were highlighted for their expertise. The publication 'undertakes qualitative research into law firms and lawyers’ and identifies and ranks ‘leading financial and corporate law firms and lawyers’ in 250 countries. According to the publishers, the research and rankings are assessed ‘on the basis of transactional work’. In Kenya Bowmans was included in Tier 1 in all six available categories: Banking and Finance, Capital Markets, Mergers and Acquisitions, Project Development: Energy/Power, Project Development: Infrastructure and Project Development: Mining. In South Africa, Bowmans was rated Tier 1 in seven of the eight available categories: in Banking, Capital Markets: Debt, Capital Markets: Equity, Mergers and Acquisitions, Project Development: Energy/Power, Project Development: Infrastructure and Project Development: Mining. ‘These results are particularly pleasing because they serve as credible feedback of the trust our clients from around the world continue to have in us when it comes to advising them on their most complex and largest legal matters. The strong relationships we have developed with our clients can be attributed to the laser-like focused dedication our people have shown to providing world-class legal services.’Press Releases and Announcements
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All employers are under a legal obligation in terms of section 60 of the Employment Equity Act 55 of 1998 (EEA) to take proactive and remedial steps to prevent and eliminate all forms of harassment in the workplace. Failure to do so may result in unfair discrimination and other claims instituted by employees, which may lead to financial liability and reputational harm.South Africa: Harassment Prevention Pack