Johnson has a wide knowledge of the financial sector’s regulatory framework in Kenya, including capital markets, competition, banking, insurance and pensions. He has notable experience in mergers & acquisitions, capital markets transactions, privatization, private equity and debt financing, legal and governance audits and compliance advisory. He has advised on a number of complex large size and cross-border transactions, including the first ever acquisition of a controlling stake by a listed company in another listed company.
Johnson has advised clients on the impact of policy statements and legislation on their business, through newsletters and legal alerts, and is a frequent contributor in Kenya’s business dailies.
The article has insight on the effect of tax policy change towards minimizing double non-taxation.
The Article highlights the role of market intermediaries under the Guidelines on the Prevention of Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing in the Capital Markets.
Use of futures commodities by farmers to hedge against price volatility risk.
The Article highlights the local content provisions and community rights under the Petroleum (Exploration, Development and Production) Bill, 2015.
The article looks at Real Estate Investment Trusts' potential contribution to healthcare industry in the country.
Real Estate Investment Trusts present opportunities to low income earners to invest in real estate. The article is a primer on the product.
The Access to Information Act, 2016 became operational on September 21, 2016 giving effect to Article 35 of the Constitution. This article highlights the Act as a tool for fighting graft in public procurement.