Who We Are
Benoit Chambers consists of a team of dedicated professionals known for handling many of the largest and most complex cases in Mauritius.
Our areas of expertise include all aspects of company law, cross-border investments, and corporate insolvency. But what we are truly known for, is our ability to get innovative when it is needed the most.
Our “quality over quantity” approach when it comes to our assignments, means that our clients enjoy bespoke service, quality strategic advice, and a creative outlook when it comes to solving their legal issues.
Our philosophy has helped us become one of the leading law firms in Mauritius, and earned us the trust of high profile clients such as the Bank of Mauritius, the Financial Services Commission, as well as numerous international conglomerates.
Meet the team
Read law at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, England and is a barrister of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, England. A former state counsel and magistrate, he was also a lecturer at the Law Faculty of the University of Mauritius and taught company law at the Council of Legal Education. Clarel is a specialist in advising corporate clients and financial institutions on mergers and acquisitions. His work encompasses take-overs, public and private mergers and acquisitions, equity capital issues, reorganisations and joint ventures. Clarel has extensive knowledge of offshore fund work. He also has a significant insolvency practice.
Read law at Middlesex University and is a barrister of the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, England. He started his career at the Attorney General’s Office and then acted as magistrate. He was acting as Assistant Solicitor General at the Attorney General’s Office before joining private practice, and was appointed Senior Counsel in 2010. He is a seasoned advocate who appears regularly before the Supreme Court and the Privy Council. He is also frequently involved in arbitration proceedings relating to complex international transactions.
Read law at the University of Mauritius and is a barrister of the Bar of Mauritius. He was a pupil of Lord Marks QC of the Inner Temple, England, and of Nicolas Sorensen of the Barreau d’Aix-en-Provence, France. He is an expert in telecommunications industry and has earned valuable experience at various levels in the telecommunications industry. He acted as legal adviser to a couple of large telecom multi-nationals and in this capacity he participated in numerous bids for telecoms licences worldwide and was part of M&A teams during major transactions in those telecom groups.
Read law at the University of Wolverhampton and holds a Master’s degree in international commercial law from the University of Nottingham, England. He was admitted to the Bar in Mauritius in 2006 and is a ranked lawyer in Chambers and Partners Global. Nadeem focuses on fund work, financial services and securities law, intellectual property and competition law. He also lectures in company law, insolvency and bankruptcy for the Law Practitioners Vocational Course.
Read law at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and is a barrister of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, England. He has developed a good practice for banking and financing transactions, as well as an acumen for complex industrial, green field and real estate projects. Also, he regularly advises on issues relating to company law and insolvency, financial services, securities law and taxation. Anjeev is a registered insolvency practitioner who has diligently completed the winding-up of several companies.
Read law at Université Paris X (Nanterre), France and holds a Maîtrise en droit des affaires. He also holds a Master’s degree in commercial law from Northumbria University, England. He is our resource and documentation specialist, and he manages the fund of knowledge that we have developed.
This prestigious firm has a long-standing reputation for excellence on corporate and commercial matters
The team is also adept in handling commercial disputes for a wide range of local and international clients. It earns plaudits for being “dynamic and commercially aware of the current business environment.”