Careers

28 Sep 2016 02:08 am

The global market for legal services and business advising is changing. Clients are changing. Lawyers and law firms must change accordingly, and Centurion Law Group is at the forefront of this change. One thing will never change is that we offer exceptional client service from experts who bring a wealth of knowledge and specialty. And ...

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CARL MBENG

17 Sep 2016 03:26 am

Carl is a Senior Associate at our Douala office where his practice centers on OHADA Business law, Oil/Gas and Mining law, Dispute Resolution, and Taxation. Prior to joining Centurion, Carl worked in the telecommunications sector as in-house Legal Counsel for Viettel Cameroon SA. His experience includes ensuring corporate compliance, company secretariat, contract negotiations, contract analysis, ...

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NJ AYUK JD, MBA

17 Sep 2016 02:33 am

NJ is the Chief Executive Officer of Centurion. His experience includes advising major companies on investment strategies, the establishment of joint ventures and cooperation structures, privatisation, licensing and related tax, OHADA, Equatorial Guinea law, oil and gas, local content, litigation, negotiations, governance and other matters. He also frequently advises International oil companies, governments, oil service ...

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Frequent Blackouts: Cameroon’s Plans to Increase Power Output

18 Aug 2016 06:57 am

Sub-Saharan Africa's power deficit reduces economic growth by as much as 3 percent of GDP and impacts business and quality of life in almost every sub-region. Cameroon is investing in a range of power initiatives to increase electricity supply.

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Taxing Upstream Oil and Gas in Cameroon

02 Aug 2016 07:26 am

Cameroon’s oil and gas industry benefits from decades of development and, in recent years, a resurgence in interest from investors. A stable and well defined tax regime helps make costs clearer and liabilities easier to manage for companies.

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Cameroon Pushes for Infrastructure Progress

10 May 2016 10:48 am

The infrastructure deficit, in Cameroon as in much of Sub-Saharan Africa, hinders projects and slows economic growth. In 2009, the Cameroonian government outlined plans to radically improve its energy, transportation, telecommunications and construction facilities.

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Lessons from our Neighbours: Local Content in Cameroon’s Oil and Gas Sector

13 Apr 2016 06:56 am

African oil and gas producers now provide plenty of examples of local content legislation done the right way. Cameroon can learn some valuable lessons from its neighbours, Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea.

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About Centurion

20 Jan 2011 05:34 pm

Centurion Law Group is a pan-African corporate law conglomerate. Operating at the cutting edge of business practices today, Centurion stands ready to provide outsourced legal representation and a full suite of legal services to new, expanding and established corporations. From our headquarters in Johannesburg, South Africa, and from our offices in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea; Accra, ...

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