|15 & 16 May 2019|
|Location and Venue:|
|The Radisson Blu, Lusaka|
Zambia Mining Law, Energy Law & applicable Tax Law
Getting to Grips with the Legal and Fiscal Landscape in the Mining & Energy Industries in Zambia!
Attend the 2 day Masterclass and receive insight into the current legislative, policy and tax regulations in both the Mining and Energy industries in Zambia. You will be able to gain first-hand knowledge and advice through our expert facilitators who has extensive experience in the legal environment in Zambia.
An in depth analysis of the regulatory environment:
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
PRESENTED BY ONE OF ZAMBIA'S LEADING LAW FIRMS:
INVESTMENT PER DELEGATE:
2 Day Masterclass: USD 550
Register 3 or more delegates: USD 470 per person
Charles is a Senior Partner at Corpus Legal Practitioners and a member of the Energy, Resources and Infrastructure Department with over 21 years of experience in energy, mining, and infrastructure, as well as corporate, banking and finance law. He is also recognized as a national expert on mining law in Zambia, advising various companies on all aspects of their business. He also has extensive experience in energy projects, as well as banking and financing matters. Charles holds an LLB from the University of Zambia, MSc, Finance and Financial Law, University of London and is an advocate of the Superior Courts of Zambia. Charles has been recognized as Highly Regarded with respect to Energy & Infrastructure, Banking, Project Development and Project Finance by IFLR1000.
Namakuzu is a Partner at Corpus Legal Practitioners and a member of the Energy, Resources and Infrastructure Department, with over 13 years of experience advising local and international clients on mining and energy law projects, conveyances, real estate, construction and registration of securities. She plays a central role in Corpus’ large portfolio of mining matters by helping clients entering the Zambian market to manage and mitigate the regulatory risks and ensure regulatory compliance. Namakuzu holds an LLB, from the University of Zambia and is an advocate of the Superior Courts of Zambia. She has also been recognized as a “Rising Star” with respect to Energy & Infrastructure, Mergers and Acquisitions by IFLR1000
Joshua Mwamulima is an Associate at Corpus Legal Practitioners and a member of the Energy, Resources and Infrastructure Department, with over 5 years of experience. Joshua has previously advised clients both local and international on all aspects of mining and energy matters in Zambia, including licences, approvals, documentations and applicable incentives, negotiating, drafting and reviewing applicable agreements. Joshua holds an LLB from the University of Zambia and an LLM (Mineral Law and Policy) from the University of Dundee. He is an advocate of the Superior Courts of Zambia and also a Chevening Scholar.
Mining has been a major driver for Zambia's economy and continues to be the prime move. Zambia is the second largest copper producer in Africa, recently taken over by the DRC and eighth largest producer globally. The Zambian economy naturally relies heavily on its mining industry. The Mining Review Journal Zambia is a widely accepted journal that has unique readership that has real influence in the market place.
Corpus Legal Practitioners is a commercial law firm in Zambia dedicated to helping international and local clients navigate the local market across practice areas such as energy, tax, banking and finance, employment and benefit, litigation, competition, and agribusiness. Our Employment and Benefits team helps employers stay up-to-date with the latest employment trends in view of the evolving employment regulations and increased corporate compliance. Our team also acts for employers in employment related litigations, arbitrations, administrative proceedings and judicial reviews.