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Bola Tinubu is a Partner in the firm and leads its Corporate Practice. She has a wealth of experience in advising business on transactional and regulatory matters.
While her special focus is in corporate governance, business and group re-organizations, as well as company acquisitions and disposals, Bola provides general corporate representation and regulatory support to international clients, public companies and closely-held businesses in a broad range of sectors including real estate, consumer goods and retail, financial services, technology and industrials.
She provides advice convering a wide range of commercial matters including, foreign direct investments, corporate strategic alliances, the expansion of businesses and succession planning. Bola's counsel is regularly sought by company boards on performance and evaluation matters, as well as their day-to-day operations and in times of corporate crises.
- Solicitor and Advocate admitted to the Nigerian Bar
- Chartered Governance Professional - ICSA: The Governance Institute, U.K.
- Chartered Director - The Institute of Directors, U.K.
- The University of Manchester, U.K., B.A. (Econ)
- The Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria, LLB
- The Nigerian Bar, B.L.
Bola was named by the BBC in its 2018 list of 100 inspiring and influential women around the world, for her voluntary work with children.
“The Chairman is responsible for providing overall leadership of the Company and the Board, and eliciting the constructive participation of all Directors to facilitate effective direction of the Board’.
In this publication, we provide responses to questions that can assist Nigerian corporate leaders in planning their recovery and managing business risks brought about by the pandemic.
The Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria ("the FRC or the Council") recently issued the Nigerian Code of Corporate Governance (“the Code”) pursuant to the powers conferred on it by Sections 11 (c) and 51(c) of the Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria Act on 1st January 2019. The Code has been formulated to promote and institutionalise corporate governance best practices in Nigerian companies.