Victoria is the Managing Partner and a co-founder of Addison Bright Sloane. She is a dual-qualified lawyer in England and Wales and Ghana. She has over 31 years of experience practising both jurisdictions. Victoria is one of the first Black women to become a partner in a global law firm in the UK. She is a scholar at Balliol College, University of Oxford and currently pursuing an Executive MBA degree at the Said Business School.
Highlights of Victoria’s recent work include advising on the entry of a global technology giant into Ghana, advising a global disruptor on the launch of its new product in Ghana, advising (as local counsel) the world’s largest digital music podcast and video company on its launch in Ghana and advising on a private equity and debt financing project.
She also advised on the $547M Millennium Challenge Account Project and led negotiations on major infrastructure projects including the privatisation of Ghana’s two national telcos, Ghana’s first sovereign bond issue and the development of the international standard five-star Movenpick Hotel and retail office complex and residences.
- The University of Oxford, Said Business School (Executive MBA Student)
- College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium (LLM)
- The University of Sussex (Double Honours Degree in Law and French)
- Robert Schuman University, Strasbourg, France (now Universite de Strasbourg III, Robert Schuman) (Diploma in French Law)
Victoria is a recognised expert in:
- Infrastructure and projects
- Data protection and privacy
- Technology (including Fintech) and Telecommunications
- Private Equity