Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020

UUBO’s Corporate Advisory team is proud to present its 12- part CAMA 2020 Series, providing timely and illuminating insights into the recently enacted Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020, which has revolutionised company law in Nigeria.

To access parts 1 – 12 of the Series, click here: CAMA 2020 Series 1-12

A video interview by Ozofu Olatunde Ogiemudia (partner), in which she discusses the recently enacted Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020 with Afriwise, a leading digital legal publication.

In this interview Ozofu, who chaired the technical advisory committee that prepared the initial draft CAMA bill, discusses the innovations in the CAMA 2020, considerations relating to the ease of doing business and the success of SMEs in Nigeria, new corporate structures, company rescue processes and more.

To watch the full interview, click here.

Ozofu Olatunde Ogiemudia discussed the Nigerian Bar Association Section on Business Law’s first e-Conference, the new Companies and Allied Matters Act 2020 and the role of lawyers in shaping the future of Nigeria in the current edition of ESQ Legal Practice Magazine.

Click here to read the interview.

Ozofu Olatunde Ogiemudia sat down with BusinessDay and Vanguard Newspapers to discuss CAMA 2020 as one of the most impactful Statues of our time.

In the interview, Ozofu highlighted how the Legal, business community must unlearn old habits To read it, click here and here.

Ozofu ‘Latunde Ogiemudia (partner) and Christine Sijuwade (partner) highlight 20 changes made by the CAMA 2020 and explain the rationale for these changes.

To access this publication, click here.

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