David Ofosu-Dorte is the senior partner of AB & David Africa, a pan-Africa business law firm with offices in 5 countries and operating in 24 African countries through full member firms, affiliates and best friends.
He is a legal, policy and transactions specialist with over two decades of experience which cut across project finance, infrastructure and advice to governments and public-private partnerships. He has extensive experience in advising on major Africa projects and is trusted by clientele as a lawyer who has a depth of knowledge in infrastructure and PPP which makes him a standout. He has been described as “highly regarded” (IFLR 1000, 2020) "...and a highly esteemed figure ....who earns recognition for his diverse commercial practice. He is sought after for his corporate expertise, as well as his experience in finance matters" (Chambers Global 2020).
In addition to law, David also holds Master’s degree in Public Administration, a Masters in Applied Business Research, Post Graduate Certificate in Contemporary Management and is also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport (UK).
He has served on the Governing Council of the Association of Ghana Industries and between 2013 and 2014, David had the distinction to serve as a committee member of the National Competitiveness Council of Nigeria (NCCN) as a non-Nigerian member. He is also an executive of the AfroChampions organisation which has spearheaded the several Pan-African private sector initiatives. David co-authored AfroChampions work on the Trillion-Dollar Investment Framework for Africa now adopted by the African Union. David also co-authored the recently published AfCFTA Year Zero on Country commitment and readiness for the AfCFTA.