Corporate finance and securities transactions are carried out predominantly by non-natural juristic persons, corporate and sovereign owned entities. Considering that they are not natural persons with legal capacity, a lot depends on their legal status and constituting documents.
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The organizational structure of a company becomes particularly important in corporate finance and company's securities transactions. Depending on the type of transaction involved, shareholders of a company may have to evaluate the company's structure before the company can assess finance from the capital markets. A company may by re-registration...
PAPER SERIES - Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020 and its Innovations: Implications for Corporate Finance and Securities Transactions.
COMPANIES AND ALLIED MATTERS ACT 2020 AND ITS INNOVATIONS: IMPLICATIONS FOR CORPORATE FINANCE AND SECURITIES TRANSACTIONS.
CONSTITUTIONAL SUPREMACY DOCTRINE V. TAX LEGISLATIVE COMPETENCY: COURT OF APPEAL OF NIGERIA NULLIFIES THE TAXES AND LEVIES (APPROVED LIST FOR COLLECTION) ACT
The Court of Appeal of Nigeria was recently called upon to determine the question of whether the entire provision of the Taxes and Levies (Approved List for Collection) Act 2004 is ultra vires the Constitution and therefore null and void by reason of the ouster clause at the beginning of the said Act. The Court answered in the affirmative - ...
UNEP-FI PRINCIPLES FOR RESPONSIBLE BANKING AND THE CBN CODE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: IMPROVING ON THE CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DISCOURSE IN NIGERIA
On 22 and 23 September 2019, the United Nations Environment Programme - Finance Initiative Principles for Responsible Banking ("UNEP FI Principles") were launched by 130 banks from 49 countries, representing more than US$47trillion in assets. The UNEP FI is a partnership between UNEP and the global financial sector created in the wake of the 1992...
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is the main regulator of the Banking and Financial Sectors in Nigeria. The CBN Act, 2007 confers the CBN with the responsibilities of amongst others ensuring monetary and price stability and promoting a sound financial system in Nigeria.