Barrister Serges Martin Zangue is the Managing Partner of Zangue & Partners (“Z&P”). He has a strong academic background. He is holder of a Master’s Degree in private law.
Barrister Serges Martin Zangue has been in legal practice since the year 2000 and was called to the Cameroon Bar Association in May 2001.
He founded Z&P in July 2014, after 15 years of intense practice during which he developed his skills and gained experience in legal advisory and litigation services through various trainings in different law firms in Cameroon including 9 years of hard work and determination as a senior associate at the Marie -Andrée Ngwe law firm.
This expertise and experience acquired over the years through hard work and patience together with a determined and dynamic legal staff with similar backgrounds, have permitted Z&P to distinguish and impose itself in the legal market by being able to assist its clients with cutting-edge services. In addition, Z&P has built networks of first-rate correspondents all over Cameroon and strategic points in Africa in order to meet all expectations and/or difficulties that clients may encounter. Z&P strives to offer its clients productive output.
Z&P provides both consultancy and litigation services. On consultancy services, the firm provides a broad range of services on general commercial and corporate law. Z&P is a member of the African Business Law Firms Association.
Barrister Serges Martin Zangue has a solid foundation and expertise in several fields of law including, but not limited to project finance, banking and finance, M&As, oil and gas law, mining law, energy law, corporate law, investment law, debt recovery, arbitration, etc.
Since the inception of Z&P, he has played vital roles in landmark construction projects. Just to name a few, advising Douala Retail and Convention Centre, a subsidiary of Actis, in the development and construction of the Douala Grand Mall (the largest mall in Central Africa), advising EXIM BANK Turkey on financing the State of Cameroon for the construction of the Douala-Japoma football stadium, advising BMCE International Bank PLC on financing the State of Cameroon for the construction of the Roumde Adjia football stadium, advising Standard Chartered Bank on financing the State of Cameroon for the construction of the Reunification stadium in Douala etc.