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Overview

The firm has broad and deep experience relating to Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs). PPPs have increasingly become a common structure for the delivery of public infrastructure following the enactment of the Public-Private Partnership Act (No. 15 of 2013) and subsequently the Public Private Partnership Act, 2021 (the Act) which came into effect on December 23, 2021. Kenya has adopted the PPPs model in the financing of public infrastructure facilities and services. The country has seen an increase in the number of projects financed through this model.

Our PPP team comprises of experienced and skilled lawyers who advise on various aspects of PPPs such as the legal feasibility of proposed PPPs, implications of Project Agreements and preparation of financing documentation. Our team has over the years gained deep knowledge about how government agencies work: from their legislative and decision-making processes and political environments to financing tools, governing laws and public relations concerns to the standard contract provisions, negotiation techniques and financing options. As such, our team is well suited to assist clients maneuver through this complex legal process. Our team truly understands what it takes for a private entity to structure and execute a PPP project. We have had the honour to represent both large and small companies in the many intricate components of various types of PPP projects.

Our firm’s national presence means you have access to our experience and knowledge anywhere in the country. We leverage the knowledge we have gained and the relationships we have built to help our clients accomplish their business goals through a PPP project.

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