A Look at the Intellectual Property Market in Cameroon.

Courtesy of CT-AVOCATS: Commercial Law Advisor in Cameroon Under the sponsorship of CT-AVOCATS and in partnership with Lexis Nexis, the Cameroon Business Lawyers’ Association (CBLA) organized a conference last October 28, 2021 to discuss on the theme, “A Look at the Intellectual Property Market”; focusing on exploiting possible areas of specialisation and business opportunities. More […]

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CT-Avocats joins IR as the exclusive Commercial Law Member in Cameroon

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Charles TCHUENTE of CT-Avocats. Charles has joined IR as our exclusive Commercial Law Member in Cameroon. Barrister Charles TCHUENTE, is a Business Lawyer, Founder and Manager of CT-Avocats with a strong national and international experience in Business and Investment Law. He enjoys […]

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Patimark LLP joins IR as the exclusive Corporate Law, IP – Patents and IP – Trademark & Copyright Member in Cameroon

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce David Boyo of Patimark LLP. David has joined IR as our exclusive Corporate Law, IP – Patents and IP – Trademark & Copyright Member in Cameroon. PATIMARK LLP is a Corporate / Commercial law firm in Cameroon, recently licensed as Intellectual Property Agents in […]

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Cameroon Business Law Upadates – January 2015

– Cameroon-Canada Relationship: The new Canadian diplomat to Cameroon announced a shift of his country’s priority in Cameroon from development issues to economic partnership. – Entrepreneurship: Launch of the integrated capacity-building entrepreneurial program (Empretec) in Cameroon – Standards and quality: Cameroon recently acquired 952 new norms. This norms are on aspects such as architecture and […]

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Securitization in Luxembourg

By “securitisation” is meant the operation by which a securitisation vehicle acquires or takes on risks linked to loans, goods or liabilities accepted by a third party by issuing transferable securities the value or yield of which is dependent on these risks. Practically speaking, a securitisation operation consists of bringing together a group of assets […]

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The advantage of a SOPARFI in Luxembourg

The SOPARFI (Société de Participations Financières) is not a special type of company but an ordinary commercial entity governed by common law, specifically the 1915 Law on commercial companies. It does not enjoy any special tax regime and is fully taxable. There are no restraints on its field of activity. A Soparfi can, however, significantly […]

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