Eversheds sets sights on African expansion
Eversheds has set out a strategy to open five bases across the African continent, which would see the firm reopen in South Africa. The firm confirmed it is in talks to set up bases in Tunisia, Morocco, Ghana and Kenya over coming months, as well as move back to South Africa after the firm split with its practice in the jurisdiction earlier this year over client conflicts.
Eversheds is set for an assault on Africa after entering talks to open five offices across the continent.
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