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LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
Companies are formed for many reasons, with the intent that they flourish, be profitable and by staying as a going concern, able to generate returns on investment for the shareholders, continue to be an employer of labour.
Sefton Fross
Prior to the enactment of FCCPA, there were no laws regulating mergers between non-Nigerian entities which result in a change of control of a Nigerian business (foreign-to-foreign mergers).
Banwo & Ighodalo
The global impact of the Coronavirus ("COVID-19") outbreak on individuals, communities and businesses is rapidly evolving. COVID-19 has not only created an alarming health crisis around the world.
LeLaw Barristers & Solicitors
Nigeria's grundnorm - the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as amended) made public healthcare provision non-justiciable under Chapter II - Fundamental Objectives and Directive Principles of State Policy.
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.
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.
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.
AELEX
The issuance of this Notice is a welcome step and is evidence of the Commission giving effect to the provisions of the Competition Act.
TNP
The Nigerian banking sector is no stranger to mergers and acquisitions. It has probably seen the highest number of consolidation activity within the financial services sector in West Africa.
AELEX
The documentation requirements are less elaborate than that for local mergers.
AELEX
The passage of the Competition Act also resulted in the introduction of a new regulatory framework for merger transactions in Nigeria.
TNP
The Nigerian banking sector is no stranger to mergers and acquisitions.
AELEX
Intellectual property rights (IPRs) can be very valuable assets and ought to be considered, like other proprietary rights, in merger and acquisition transactions.
TNP
A major highlight of 2018 was the re-passage of the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Bill by the Nigerian Senate in December 2018.
PUNUKA Attorneys & Solicitors
In his contribution to this symposium on Eleanor Fox and Mor Bakhoum's book, Making Markets Work for Africa: Markets, Development, and Competition Law in Sub-Saharan Africa (OUP, 2019), Jasper Lubeto notes the omission of Nigeria, ...
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
The Nigerian Court of Appeal (Lagos Division) recently quashed the decision of the (trial) Federal High Court and held that the non-registration of a technology transfer agreement
S.P.A. Ajibade & Co.
Venture Capital is one of the financing options open to privately-held startup companies and small businesses.
PwC Nigeria
The Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Act ("FCCPA") was signed into law on 30 January 2019.
Deloitte Nigeria
Pursuant to the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Act (FCCPA), which was signed into law on 30 January 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) ...
Andersen Tax LP
On 3 May 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (FCCPC) jointly issued a notice termed
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