AFSIC is believed to be the largest Africa investment event taking place annually outside Africa and has become one of the most important conduits of investment into Africa.
A&P Law Firm
Lynda Amadagana is the Founder and Managing Partner of A&P Law Firm.
She is a lawyer admitted in Paris and Cameroon advising investors and sponsors on general business law, corporate operations, projects and concessions in the energy and infrastructures sectors as well as project financing in Africa with a specific focus on the OHADA zone.
She previously served as General Counsel of Cameroon Power Holdings, the investing affiliate of the investment fund Actis in Cameroon and the majority shareholder of the main energy utility of the country. She has previously worked at the Paris offices of the international law firms Orrick, Clifford Chance, Simmons & Simmons and Reed Smith where she advised on transactions and investments in Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Cote d’Ivoire, Benin, Togo, Tchad, Mali, DRC and Congo Republic and other african countries.
Lynda holds two Masters degree from the University of Paris Nanterre-La Defense in France and is admitted to the French and Cameroonian Bars. She is former lecturer in several subjects of Business and Public Law at Cergy Pontoise University in France and regularly conducts training sessions for lawyers of the Cameroon Bar in the field of energy and public-private partnerships.
Lynda is the Vice President of the Diallo Telli Club, a think tank that promotes inclusive and sustainable growth in Africa and she is the former Vice-President of the African Business Lawyer’s Club, a club dedicated to improving the business environment in Africa.
Lynda is a cameroonian-born who enjoys travelling, reading and listening to mucis during her free time. She lives between Cameroon and France.