Bentsi-Enchill, Letsa & Ankomah (“BELA”) is the leading corporate and commercial law firm in Ghana with broad expertise and experience in providing first-rate legal services for international and local corporations in all sectors of the economy.
Our mission is to excel in client service, contribute to the development of the legal profession and society in general. We tackle challenging projects creatively, conduct legal research and due diligence painstakingly, and offer fearless representation to our clients. We are able to offer commercially astute and innovative advice, due to the high calibre of our lawyers and the depth of our knowledge and expertise across a wide range of industries.
We are one of the first Ghanaian firms to offer a full service as well as specialized expertise in a number of key practice areas.
We work hard at getting better by recruiting the best professional and administrative staff, who develop through a wide range of continuing legal education activities.
We are team players and believe in meeting deadlines and delivering our work on time. We often work on major projects involving a wide range of parties and institutions, and will go the extra mile to ensure that the entire project is successful.
Divine Letsa has a diverse commercial practice, with sources commending his “good technical knowledge.” Interviewees point to his skilful handling of real estate and construction mandates, in particular. He is also active advising those engaged in the transportation sector. – Chambers & Partners
Frank Nimako Akowuah enjoys a growing reputation for his work advising on corporate finance matters, where he often acts for financial institutions. He is also active assisting with capital markets mandates. – Chambers & Partners
Seth Asante is held in very high esteem by clients and peers alike, who describe him as a “responsive, experienced, safe pair of hands.” He is considered to be a market leader thanks to his broad commercial practice that includes advising on banking and finance, private equity and corporate transactions. – Chambers & Partners
Susan-Barbara Kumapley frequently works in the telecommunications sector, with experience advising on regulatory matters in this space. She assisted telecoms company Scancom with securing a syndicated facility from nine banks. – Chambers & Partners