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By Olayemi Anyanechi, Adeola Owoade
In contracts between Nigerian counterparties, the transaction will more often than not be governed by Nigerian laws.
By Adeola Owoade
One noticeable feature that permeates through Nigerian advocacy system is the practice of rigid adherence to procedural technicalities and emphasis on forms, otherwise known as ‘litigating the margins'.
By Fatima Aigbomian
According to the World Bank's Migration and Remittances Factbook 2016, more than 250 million people, or 3.4 percent of the world population, live outside their countries of birth.
By Tracy Izekor
An example of such intervention mechanism is the creation of a priority list for accessing the available FX, including to the manufacturing and oil and gas sector.
By Olayemi Anyanechi, Oriyomi Akinlagun
Generally, Garnishee proceedings is done in two different stages. The first stage is for the garnishee order nisi, while the second stage is for the garnishee order absolute.
By Olayemi Anyanechi
The lower baseline NBET remittance level for Discos is a sustainable way to provide financing to Discos to implement part of their loss reduction program.
By Olayemi Anyanechi
The diagram below depicts the gas-to-power value chain and the various market participants.
By Olayemi Anyanechi, Odinaka Okoye
Risk management is one of the most fundamental aspects of business growth. The use of derivatives in corporate risk management has grown exponentially in the last decade and has transformed global financial markets.