Vida Marian Adaah | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Vida Marian Yiadom-Boakye
Vida Marian Yiadom-Boakye

Vida Marian Adaah

Associate, London

T +44 20 7532 1369

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Vida (née Yiadom-Boakye) is an associate in the Firm's London Corporate M&A practice. She joined the Firm in 2015 as a trainee and qualified in 2017, after having spent six months in our Singapore office.

Vida has a wide variety of experience in public and private corporate transactions, including domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, reorganisations, equity capital markets and general corporate advisory. She also assists and advises sponsors of, and investors in, private investment funds, co-investment vehicles and separately managed accounts.

Vida is a member of the Firm's Africa Interest Group.

Bars and Courts

  • England and Wales


  • LPC, University of Law
  • LLB, London School of Economics


  • English
  • Twi (Ghanaian)


The Lake Currency Project in connection with shareholders' agreements and subscription documentation for securing seed funding for the introduction of a local currency in and around the Lake District region.

Zynga Inc. (a mobile video game company) on the acquisition of Gram Games (a Turkish mobile video game company).

Goldman Sachs (SSG) on the acquisition of a stake in Jumo World. Jumo is a mobile financial services platform for mobile network operators and banks. The platform facilitates the provision of digital financial services such as credit and savings to customers in Africa and Asia.

Representation of the sponsors on the project financing of the Nacala railway and port project in Mozambique and Malawi.

FL Partners on the sale of Racing Post, the horseracing industry bible, to Exponent.

Ruspetro Ltd. on their delisting from the London Stock Exchange and reregistration as a private company.

Various shareholders in O3b Networks, a global satellite service provider, including HSBC Principal Investments, in connection with the US$730 million acquisition of approximately 50.9% of O3b Networks by SES S.A.