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The Nigerian Stock Exchange ("NSE"), a company limited by guarantee, is currently in the process of being demutualised into a public company limited by shares ("Plc").
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
In 2011 the Federal Government, amongst several other initiatives to incentivize increased investment in Nigeria, issued the Companies Income Tax (Exemption of Bonds and Short Term Government Securities) Order, 2011.
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
Nigeria's potential to become one of the biggest players in the global economy has been long acknowledged: with her huge population cum ready market, skilled workforce, substantial natural endowments, ...
Brooks & Knights
Raising the required finance for a business especially start-ups is usually somewhat of a conundrum.
Brooks & Knights
The COVID-19 pandemic is becoming one of the most serious threats to global markets and international trade seen in recent times.
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
This article analyses the fiscal implications of A-G Rivers on Nigeria's oil and gas sector, including dealing with the associated complexities of the ‘peculiar' judgment. We will preface our discourse with contextual background to the judgment.
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
The 2017 Deloitte Africa Private Equity Confidence Survey established that Kenya and Nigeria are the top investment gateways to East and West African regions.
Uche Nwokedi & Co
The Finance Act of 2020 (the Act) reviews and amends several tax legislations.
Detail Commercial Solicitors
The President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari, recently presented the Nigerian Tax and Fiscal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2019 (the Finance Bill)
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
It is unarguable that historically, Nigeria has not really leveraged its bountiful and well-endowed real estate (RE, 923,768 km² land mass) as a veritable factor of production to drive economic growth and prosperity.
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
Corporate Governance (CG) is how a company is directed and managed in achieving its objectives subject to relevant rules and regulations.
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
Profit making is the primary goal of business, howsoever organised – whether a partnership, private or public (listed or unlisted) company, and this is duly recognised by law.
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
Mergers and Acquisitions (M&As) have largely been beneficial to the Nigerian economy especially in recent times, as banking consolidation amongst others, has shown.
Roberts & Shoda Attorneys
To register a company in Nigeria, you need not be a Nigerian.
Andersen Tax LP
It is common practice for some Nigerian companies to request certain services from their foreign related or third parties, to leverage technology and expertise, with the intention to drive efficiency in their operations
Brooks & Knights
The Nigerian Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has decided to develop a derivatives trading market in Nigeria.
Brooks & Knights
The year 2019 represented an active year for regulatory oversight in the Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry (NESI). NESI saw some very newsworthy events as it continued to suffer from...
Brooks & Knights
The Finance Act 2020 was enacted by the National Assembly of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to amend eight (8) tax legislations viz Companies Income Tax Act, Value Added Tax Act,...
Brooks & Knights
Companies looking to raise working or project capital may do so by issuing equity or debt securities. Debt securities are financial instruments which represent that a debt has been issued.
Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie
On the 13th of January, 2020, President Muhammadu Buhari signed the Finance Bill (now Finance Act 2019 (the "Finance Act")) into law.
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