On the 30 June 2022, Finance Act No. 5 of 2022 (‘Finance Act’) was passed into law amending the Companies Act, Cap 212 (‘Companies Act’).
Angela is part of the Energy and Natural Resources department and has an extensive experience in transaction advisory services with a special focus on finance and projects, corporate and regulatory advice to private equity investors, multinational corporations, banks and financial institutions investing in, raising finance, establishing or restructuring their businesses in East Africa.
The majority of her transaction work has cross-border elements, which involve instructing and working with foreign counsel in finding solutions to domestic law issues.
Experience has included advising:
- A diverse base of private and listed national and international clients in the acquisition of assets; and
- Small companies embarking on their first acquisition, including legal guidance and commercial advice.
Advocate of the High Court of Tanzania
IFLR 1000 (2020) ranks Angela Mndolwa as a highly regarded leading lawyer
Before joining IMMMA Advocates, Angela was a partner with an international law firm based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Requirement For Disclosure of Beneficial Ownership Of Companies
Regulation of financial services in Tanzania is largely conducted by the Central Bank of Tanzania (the Bank).