Authorities from the public and private sectors, small business attorneys, and other stakeholders in the small business law atmosphere will converge on Abuja from Wednesday to Friday July 20-22, 2022 for the 16th Annual International Small business Law Convention of the Nigerian Bar Affiliation Portion on Company Law (NBA-SBL).
The meeting, themed “Recent Developments in the Business Legislation Environment”,aims to check out latest developments in the Nigerian small business law setting, and will concentrate on how these have affected corporations, and what needs to be performed to support companies prosper.
Kosi Antwiwaa Yankey-Ayeh, CEO, Ghana Enterprises Agency will be the keynote speaker at the convention.
The conference will aspect 11 insightful and inspiring plenaries which includes: “CAMA 2020: The Journey So Far” “ESG and the Nigerian Enterprise Environment” “In-home & Exterior Counsel Romance – New Tendencies and Expectations” “Tackling the Difficulties of Ponzi Schemes: Insolvency as a Resolution Tool” “AfCTFA: The Prospects for the Nigerian Enterprise Lawyer” “The New Deal with of Level of competition – Merger Regulate in the Nigerian Context”, and a lot a lot more
In accordance to the Central Scheduling Committee of the once-a-year convention, “a distinguished school of over 60 professional speakers and resource individuals from in just and outside Nigeria has been assembled to do justice to these sub-themes.”
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Speakers and panellists at the plenaries include things like: Garba Abubakar, Registrar General, CAC Babatunde Irukera, Executive Vice Chairman, Federal Competitors and Consumer Safety Commission (FCCPC) Muhammed Mamman Nami, Chairman, Federal Inland Income Assistance Kashifu Inuwa Abdullah, DG, National Information Technology Progress Company (NITDA) Col. Felix Orevoghene Alaita (Rtd.), SSA to the President on Country Threat Assessment & Evaluation
Habib Nuhu, SSA to the President on Purely natural Assets/Executive Commissioner, Nigerian Upstream Regulatory Fee Francis Anatogu, Secretary, Countrywide Action Committee on AfCFTA Kofo S. Abdussalam-Alada, Director, CBN Authorized Solutions/Legal Adviser and Charles Nwachukwu, Main Lawful Officer, Nigerian Midstream & Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Company, will be panellists at the function as properly.
Other panellists are John Balsdon, Partner, Latham & Watkins LP Irene Robinson-Ayanwale, Normal Counsel, Nigerian Exchange Restricted Anthony Idigbe SAN, Senior Companion, PUNUKA Lawyers & Solicitors Muda Yusuf, CEO, Centre for the Marketing of Private Enterprises (CPPE) Chiagozie Hilary-Nwokonko, Associate, Streamsowers & Kohn Tinu Awe, Main Govt Officer, NGX Regulation Limited Rukaiya El-Rufai, Lover, Sustainability & Climate Adjust and General public Sector Risk Assurance Expert services, PwC Evelyne Mbula Nzuki, Taking care of Associate/Principal Lawyer, MN Authorized (Kenya) Jeroen Ouwehand, Global Senior Associate, Clifford Possibility, and a lot of other folks.
There will also be two Studying Curve sessions. The very first, to be anchored by Lolia Biobele-Georgewill, Senior Associate at G. Elias, will have Rasheed Belo-Osagie of ENR Advisory, Adebisi Lamidi of Bloomfield, and Charles Adekunle of Babalakin & Co as interviewees, although the next, showcasing Benita Ekebe of Paul Usoro & Co, Emmanuel Nkamare of TNP, and Yahaya Isah Abdulrasheed of Dikko & Mahmoud as interviewees, will be anchored by Victoria Anuri of Templars.