Representative Matters

Bytelex Advocates is an innovative practice offering legal services to a broad cross-section of clients in different industries. View selected prominent matters.

  • April, 2020

    DkB partners Ltd on setting up a seed fund investing in early stage technology companies ventures.

  • April, 2020

    Shora Ventures, on adopting series seed financing documents for their venture builders program.

  • April, 2020

    Pezesha, a fintech crowd-lending company on their proposed entry, and regulatory requirements to engage MNos, and MNO aggregators.

Representative Matters

  • April, 2020

    DkB partners Ltd on setting up a seed fund investing in early stage technology companies ventures.

  • April, 2020

    Shora Ventures, on adopting series seed financing documents for their venture builders program.

  • April, 2020

    Pezesha, a fintech crowd-lending company on their proposed entry, and regulatory requirements to engage MNos, and MNO aggregators.

  • March, 2020

    Edcorp international Ltd, a local mining company on a $1,150,000 equity financing term sheet and debt financing documentation.

  • Jan, 2020

    A group of Rwandan and Nigerian investors on a joint venture arrangement with Mobicash in Nigeria, Rwanda Lithuania and the United States.

  • Jan, 2020

    Advising ALTX-group on setting up the first Pan-African securities exchange for emerging companies focused on alternative securities financings such as ABS, commodities, and securitization of receivables.

  • Dec, 2019

    Vivendi group, a French mass media company on their proposed and potential entry to the Uganda market.

Insights

We are always trying to evolve just like our dynamic clients and the technologies they create. Take a look at our latest thinking.

  • COVID-19 Toolkit: The COVID-19 pandemic has caused uncertainty. We provide insights that help with business continuity.
  • COVID Vademecum: The firm is working with Berkeley Global Society (BGS) to bring the latest global thinking on business continuity.
  • Jumia Africa's startup story: An analysis of startup legal structures that build unicorns in Africa.

Blog Posts & Articles

When Jumia went public there was heightened frenzy in the ecosystem. The debate quickly shifted to whether the company was an African startup.

There is a growing mix of excitement and anxiety over the emergence and growth of cryptocurrency popularity in different countries around the world and Uganda is no exception.

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