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Streamsowers & Köhn | Nigeria | 19 May 2022

Corporate Governance in Nigeria

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Corporate Governance

Editor: Holly J.Gregory

Sidley Austin LLP

Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights into corporate governance issues worldwide, including sources of rules and practice; responsible agencies and notable opinion formers; shareholder powers, decisions, meetings, voting, duties and liabilities; employee role in governance; corporate control issues; board structure and composition, duties, leadership, committees, meetings and evaluation; director and senior management remuneration; director protections; disclosure and transparency; hot topics, such as shareholder engagement, and sustainability, pay ratio and gender gap reporting; and other recent trends.

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Banwo & Ighodalo | Nigeria | 19 May 2022

Bank Neutral Cash Hubs in Nigeria: Understanding the Proposed Operational Framework

The Central Bank of Nigeria (“CBN”) on March 15, 2022, issued an exposure draft of guidelines for the operation of Bank Neutral Cash Hubs (“BNCH” or…
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Lexology PRO | Canada, Global, Nigeria, etc. | 18 May 2022

Anti-corruption and AML: key compliance updates (5 – 18 May)

The US SEC doubles its crypto enforcement team, the UK government allegedly approved £60m in bribes to Saudi officials, and Nigeria introduces AML/CTF legislation and whistleblower protections – plus other key updates.
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Aluko & Oyebode | Nigeria | 17 May 2022

Examination of SEC rules on social bonds

The Securities and Exchange Commission has introduced new rules relating to the issuance of social bonds in Nigeria. The new rules define what social bonds are, the types of projects eligible for social bonds, conditions for approval and how the proceeds of the bonds should be utilised. Social bonds have become an avenue through which countries and corporates can obtain funding to deal with......
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ENSafrica | Africa, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, etc. | 15 May 2022

Africa Business In Brief | Issue 448 | 15 May 2022

As the geo-politics of crude oil and gas aids soaring prices, energy ministers across the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)…
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G Elias & Co | Nigeria | 10 May 2022

The Corporate Tax Planning Law Review: Nigeria

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The Corporate Tax Planning Law Review

Editors: Jodi J Schwartz and Swift S O Edgar

Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

The Corporate Tax Planning Review provides expert analysis by leading practitioners of the most important aspects of tax planning for multinational corporate groups, with a particular focus on recent developments across a wide range of jurisdictions. This analysis is contextualised with sufficient background information to make this volume accessible and useful to generalists and to tax practitioners worldwide.

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ENSafrica | Africa, Botswana, Ghana, etc. | 8 May 2022

Africa Business In Brief | Issue 447 | 08 May 2022

Ports in East Africa continue to struggle to be efficient with traders saying they are frustrated by bottlenecks that seem to promote inaccessibility…
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Bloomfield Law | Nigeria | 4 May 2022

The Issues Around Crude Oil Theft in Nigeria and Plausible Options to Reducing Same

Many oil and gas exploration & production companies in Nigeria, are struggling with oil theft along the gas pipeline network, prior to reaching the…
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