About Enga Kameni
Enga Kameni is a manager of legal services of the African Import Bank in Cairo, Egypt, responsible for negotiating structures and documents, loan and other transactions, where the African Import Bank is a lender, co-lender or borrower. He holds a Ph.D. in international trade law from the University of Pretoria and a LL.M in corporate law and governance from Harvard Law School.
As manager, Mr. Kameni has assisted the Bank in negotiating, structuring and documenting loan transactions of over US $5 billion and has also assisted Afreximbank in negotiating and raising over US $4 billion from multinational banks and international capital markets. He also serves on several of the Bank’s committees including: factoring, forfeiting, corporate governance, and trade platform.
Prior to joining the African Export-Import Bank, Mr. Kameni worked as an associate in the Finance & Capital Markets division at Clifford Chance LLP, Paris, as a legal advisor at Perenco Oil & Gas, London, UK, and as a manager in the tax & legal services department at Ernst & Young.
- Contracts/international loan and other financing agreements