Brendah Nabatanzi Mpanga
Brendah is an advocate of the Courts of Judicature of Uganda, having been called to the Bar in 2000. She holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Eastern and Southern African Management Institute based in Arusha, Tanzania.
She is a Graduate Associate with the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, (UK) and a member with (ICSA) Uganda Chapter, and holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree from Makerere University, and a Diploma in Legal Practice (Dip LP) from the Law Development Centre.
Brendah is currently pursuing the Certified Private Equity Practitioners’ Course with the Global Finance Institute, based in Portland, Oregon, USA. She is an alumnus of the prestigious CEO Apprenticeship program delivered under the auspices of Strathmore University, based in Kenya.
She is the founder and Managing Partner at BNM Advocates, a full legal service firm. Her specialty is in Corporate, Commercial Transaction & Corporate Governance advisory for corporate entities. Previously, she worked as the Head Legal & Company Secretary at Stanbic Bank Uganda Limited.
Previously, advised on Retirement Benefit Schemes, as a Trustee for the Stanbic Bank Uganda Limited Pension Fund, she worked as a Board member of the Institute of Corporate Governance of Uganda for a period of two years. She also worked as a legal advisor with the Uganda Law Reform Commission and also served as an advisor with Civil Society for the promotion of Rule of Law. At an International Level, Brendah is one of the founder members for the Pan African Lawyers Union (PALU), the African Bar Association that brings lawyers together for promotion of Rule of Law based in Addis-Ababa, Ethiopia.
She currently serves as a Non-Executive Director for a Fund Investment Management Company, she serves as a Trustee for a National Trust Fund that deals in Conservation Finance and works as a Vice-Chairperson of the University Council at the Uganda Technology & Management University.