Mark McKee

Mark joined Armstrongs Attorneys after briefly working as a commercial partner in another large Botswana practice.
Prior to moving to Botswana Mark practised law in the UK and Europe where he specialised in banking and finance law. During his 11 years in the UK and Europe he headed up the European legal department of two major international finance companies and was also a director in the banking and finance department of a large London based international law firm.
Mark specialises in corporate, commercial, banking and finance, mining law, energy, capital markets, corporate governance, intellectual property, infrastructure projects and private public partnerships.
Recently Mark has advised on several critically important national projects including the Morupule 600 megawatt power station and the related project financing of the MCL Colliery extension. Mark has also been actively involved in the Botswana energy sector since 2009 and has worked closely with the national power utility on most of their international and domestic energy transactions.
Mark has a keen interest and specialization in the banking and finance sector including capital market transactions. On an on-going basis Mark provides advice on the law and regulatory environment in Botswana with regard to securities, financial instruments, bonds as well as in respect of the financial services sector.
Chambers state: “clients are also very impressed by Mark McKee and that his experience as a practitioner in London has given him an international level of service delivery”.

Career Highlights
Admitted as an Attorney in the High Court of Botswana, South Africa and the British Virgin Islands. Also Admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales