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Bruce Tokwe Commercial Law ChambersBruce Tokwe Commercial Law Chambers
Whom We Are
Bruce Tokwe Commercial (BTC) Law Chambers is a Law Firm situated in Borrowdale, Harare, Zimbabwe.
What We Do
Our practice specialises in commercial law matters in general focusing on Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A), liquidation and insolvency, Banking and Finance, Real Estate and Corporate Governance. We strive to be at the centre of our client’s most significant transactions, challenging disputes or critical needs. Our lawyers are known for approaching the clients’ needs with uttermost commitment and implement comprehensive yet effective ways to deliver on the instructions at hand. At BTC we do not endeavour to be the biggest law firm in terms of number of lawyers or partners but we will go all out to be the law firm of choice to all clients in respect of delivery on mandates nationally, regionally and internationally.
To deliver the highest quality legal services for clients.
Our client relations are based on personal relationships, encompassing high degree of trust and respect.
Other Practice Areas
BTC Law Chambers’s corporate governance lawyers serve as seasoned crisis counsellors to corporate clients in high-profile and often high-risk situations.
BTC Law Chambers, as an International Trade Law firm has its Trade Law Team representing local and foreign companies on all aspects of trade.
Corporate Mergers & Acquisition Transactions
We advise on critical corporate and M&A transactions utilising our lawyers’ vast exposure and knowledge in this area.
Special Economic Zones
The firm has strategically positioned its knowledge and expertise in Special Economic Zones in line with the government.
Banking and Structured Finance
BTC is leading in terms of advising clients on banking, project financing, debt restructuring, foreign investments and recapitalization.
Mining and Energy
Our team forms a crucial component of our client’s wider Africa energy businesses and interests.