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Temiloluwa Okeowo is a Senior Associate in the corporate advisory, capital market and power teams. She has advised on several local and international capital market transactions including the establishment of bond issuance programmes and the structuring of mergers and acquisitions. She has also taken part in several due diligence exercises on large conglomerates.
We are delighted to have advised on the Nigerian elements of Predictus SAS’ $42 Million Series-B Funding Round of neobank startup, FairMoney, which was led by Tiger Global. The advisory team was led by our @mamaimanaliya, and included @temmini.as, @dami.ady, @officially_bond, @iamujuude and @nonsoikegwu
Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie’s market-leading, four partner-led private equity and venture capital practice has, for over 25 years, advised on, and facilitated, local and cross-border investment, fundraising and regulatory advocacy activities benefiting investors and small, medium and large scale businesses with strong growth and impact potential and a visionary outlook across diverse sectors in Nigeria and Africa, including the exponentially growing financial technology sector, working in collaboration with our specialist teams.
If you require assistance or would like more information about our specialist private equity and venture capital fund formation and transaction advisory practice please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. General enquiries and information about all of our diverse practice area offerings is also available at www.uubo.org or via email at email@example.com.
We are pleased to have advised the lead investor, SoftBank’s Vision Fund 2 on its participation in the US$400 million Series C Investment in Opay, one of Nigeria’s leading mobile payments companies.
The UUBO transaction advisory team was led by our Corporate, Private Equity and M&A teams partner, @latundeo with support from @temmini.as, a senior associate with the team. Other key team members included Managing Associate and Abuja office head, @amina_f_ibrahim, as well as associates, @pamelaskyes, @officially_bond and @tobechee_. The UUBO team worked with a cross-border group of advisers.
For more information about our private equity and venture capitalist transaction advisory practice, please email us at PETeam@uubo.org.
Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie’s Capital Markets team and its Mergers & Acquisitions team have advised on the consolidation of the BUA Group’s sugar, flour, pasta, rice, and oil businesses into BUA Foods PLC, and on the subsequent listing by introduction of the shares of BUA Foods PLC in the consumer goods sector of the Main Board of Nigerian Exchange Limited, with the trading symbol “BUAFoods”, adding, as a result, N720 billion to the market capitalisation of Nigerian Exchange Limited.
The Capital Markets team that advised on the listing was led by Yinka Edu and included Ekundayo Onajobi, Lisa Esamah, Ikenna Edeh, and Dumebi Anike-Nweze.
The M&A team that advised on the consolidation included Yinka Edu, Folake Elias-Adebowale, Amina Ibrahim, Ekundayo Onajobi, Temi Okeowo, Mesuabari Mene-Josiah, Uju Ude and Bond Eke-Okpara. For information about UUBO and our offerings, please visit www.uubo.org or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UUBO teams advises lead investor on Flutterwave series D funding round
We are pleased to have advised the lead investor, B Capital Global Growth Fund III, L.P on its participation in the US$250 million Series D Investment in Flutterwave, a leading technology company operating across Africa.
The UUBO transaction advisory team was led by our private equity and M&A team partner, Ozofu ‘Latunde Ogiemudia with support from Temiloluwa Okeowo (senior associate), Bond Eke-Opara, Etido David (both associates) and other members of our private equity, corporate, M&A and FinTech teams. The UUBO team worked with a cross-border group of advisers led by Goodwin Procter.
Flutterwave’s successful Series D fund raise follows its initial US$20 million Series A round of 2018, its US$35 million Series B round in 2019 and its US$170 million Series C round in 2021, and has resulted in a valuation of over US$3 billion making Flutterwave, currently, the highest valued African start-up.