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By Genevieve Henshaw, Aminat Dakeje-Ibraheem
Since the days of old, the growth of commerce has always been determined by outreach.
By Oladimeji Sarumi
This fear has in fact become a reality, especially when it comes to real estate.
By Zainab Babalola
The Nigerian banking sector is no stranger to mergers and acquisitions.
By Joel Joshua
The emergence of FinTech and e-commerce has been a welcome change to global commercial transactions.
By Aminat Dakeje-Ibraheem
In an island with over 6 (six) million active people who are always on the move, the keywords in the transport system have to be safe, fast, effective and efficient.
By Oladimeji Sarumi
Just recently, the Executive Chairman of Federal Inland Revenue Service ("FIRS") announced that its revenue generation target for 2019 is N8 Trillion
By Oladimeji Akindele
A major highlight of 2018 was the re-passage of the Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Bill by the Nigerian Senate in December 2018.
By Oladimeji Sarumi
The Federal Inland Revenue Service ("FIRS") has recently appointed a number of banks as collecting agents authorizing them to freeze taxpayers' accounts for an alleged tax default ("Freeze Mandate").
By Genevieve Henshaw
There is presently no single legislation regulating Fintech in Nigeria.
By Idoko Ochai
There is no doubt that estimated billing needs to be eliminated.
By Oladimeji Sarumi
Just recently, the Federal Inland Revenue Service suspended its very controversial mandate to banks.