Sarada Nya 2021 Speaker

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Chazai & Partners

Biography

Sarada Nya is a lawyer at the Cameroon and Paris Bars and is a partner in Chazai & Partners.

She was an associate at the French law firm Courtois Lebel in Paris before joining the Paris office of the English law firm DWF LLP in the Mergers & Acquisitions department. She is also an expert on corporate governance issues, Private Equity, Business Criminal Law, Business Ethics and Compliance.
She also advises on Intellectual Property, New Technology Law, Distribution Law, Oil & Gas and Real Estate.

In Africa, Sarada Nya is involved in transactions in several OHADA member countries. She also advises large groups on restructuring. Sarada Nya has also worked in the Corporate & Corporate Finance department of the Paris office of the English firm Pinsent Mason LLP, in the Pinot de Villechenon & Partners, as well as in the Corporate Law Department of Dalkia, in the legal department of Alain Afflelou Franchiseur, in the group legal department of Tarkett, where she was in charge of Corporate Governance and Compliance, and in the corporate secretariat of the asset management company Axa Investment Managers, where she was Corporate Governance Analyst.

Sarada Nya holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Business Law from the University of Dundee in Scotland, a Master 2 in Business Law and Ethics from the University of Cergy Pontoise, as well as a Master 1 in Contract and Corporate Law and a Licence in Private Law from the Catholic University of Lille. She speaks French and English fluently.

She is the treasurer of the Association des Juristes Camerounais de France (AJCF). She is an active member of the African Business Lawyers’ Club (ABLC), a club dedicated to promoting better business practice in Africa, and is also a member of the Circle of Jurists for Business Ethics. Sarada Nya is the president of the French subsidiary of Believe In Africa, an American association formed by members of the African diaspora for the promotion and economic and social development of the African continent.

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