Mouhamed Kebe is the managing partner of Geni & Kebe, a full-service law firm based in Senegal with affiliate offices in 15 African countries. It is the only law firm with an office in the first mineral region of Senegal (Tambacounda), to assist mining clients located there.
Mr Kebe’s practice focuses on corporate and investment law, with a particular interest in the mining sector. He has an in-depth and practical knowledge of the law in Senegal and throughout the region, and has advised on many landmark mining transactions. He is top-ranked in Chambers Global, named in Who’s Who Legal: Mining and is profiled as a Leading Lawyer in IFLR1000 for his energy and infrastructure work.
Mr Kebe holds a master of laws with merit from the University of Essex, a master and bachelor of laws from the University of Dakar Anita Cheikh Diop and a certificate of international commercial and investment arbitration from the University of London.
Mr Kebe has been seconded to major law firms in Paris and London. He speaks English, French, Wolof and Arabic, and is a member of the Senegalese Bar Association, International Bar Association and the Law Society of England and Wales (international division).