On the 7th of August 2020, President Muhammed Buhari signed a new Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) into law. This amendment will be the first reform of the Act after almost three decades of existence.
We are glad to present this opportunity to hear a member of the Women In Energy Network (WIEN) who is one of the leading corporate and commercial lawyers discuss the significant and much needed innovations to the CAMA and how those changes impact you, your business and the ease of doing business in Nigeria.
Join us on our maiden Masterclass & Knowledge Clinic this Thursday 3rd September 2020, between 7pm and 8:30pm (WAT)
This exclusive opportunity is open to members of the Women in Energy Network.
Topic: Master Class & Knowledge Clinic
Time: September 3rd, 2020 07:00 PM West Central Africa
Meet our Speaker:
OLAYEMI ANYANECHI – Managing Director, Sefton Fross
Olayemi is the Founder and Managing Partner of Sefton Fross, one of the leading law firms in Nigeria. She has over 23 years’ experience in corporate & commercial, banking & finance and energy & natural resources law. Olayemi obtained her law degree from the University of Ibadan, where she graduated as the best student in her class and a Masters’ degree in Corporate and Commercial law from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.
She is currently the Regional Representative (Africa) of the International Bar Association’s Power Law Committee, and was most recently the Chairperson of the Mergers, Acquisitions and Corporate Re-Organizations Committee of the Section on Business Law of the Nigerian Bar Association.
She is internationally recognized as one of the 9 super elite Leading Individuals in banking and finance in Nigeria by Legal 500, a Global and National Leader in Energy and Natural Resources Law by Who’s Who Legal and a Highly Regarded Corporate, Financial and Infrastructure Lawyer by IFLR1000, amongst others.