Poupak Bahamin is a corporate lawyer based in Paris.
Poupak specialises in mergers and acquisitions and general corporate transactions with a particular emphasis on the natural resources sector, where she advises mining and oil and gas companies in the establishment of joint ventures, partnerships, mining conventions, as well as sale and financing of assets. Over the past few years, her practice has been focused on French-speaking Africa and in particular Democratic Republic of Congo, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Mali, Republic of Congo and Burkina Faso.
Poupak regularly contributes to mining journals, publications and conferences.
Poupak qualified in 1993, following which she obtained a Masters Degree in Law, from McGill University. She is fluent in English and French and speaks Farsi.
Several African countries have amended or are proposing to amend their mining laws. This trend poses significant uncertainty for mining companies, their investors an.
March 13, 2014
Togo is the world’s fourth most important producer of phosphate, with an output of 1.2 million tons in 2013..
February 12, 2014
Known for the riches of their sub-soil, several African countries have traditionally been much coveted mining investment destinations..
January 24, 2014
Norton Rose Fulbright, cabinet d’avocats d’affaires international, a conseillé African GeoMin Mining Development Corporation Ltd, filiale de Semafo Inc. (Semafo), da.
January 27, 2014
Poupak Bahamin comments on the parliamentary debate concerning the introduction of an oil code in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
January 22, 2014