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Centurion Law launches flagship Africa Investment Guides in Nigeria

Centurion Law launches flagship Africa Investment Guides in Nigeria

After extensive research and continuous development, Centurion Law Group has launched the Africa Investment Guides series in Nigeria, developed to serve as the African countries’ guide in reflecting and navigating through tough economic times.

The Africa Investment Guides take a deep dive into the legal, regulatory, fiscal, and investment landscape of each country, identifying and breaking down rules and practices to help investors and companies better understand the structures and operate in a compliant manner on the continent.

Oneyka Cindy Ojogbo, Senior Associate Attorney, Centurion Law Group: “This is exactly what Africa’s investment economy has been waiting for – a one-stop-shop information engine that can be used as both a reference in navigating local operations and an indicator of key trends to pay attention to within industries across Africa. It offers country-specific analysis and guidance to investors and companies navigating the domestic and international landscape, especially in light of the newly formed African Continental Free Trade Area which could significantly affect intra-African collaboration.”

The launch of the investment guides signifies a wealth of knowledge and expertise that Centurion now avails to not only its network but to the world. The release of the Nigeria Guide, as the pioneering guide, paves the way as the team prepares to release guides for all other African countries. As we journey through continuous changes in economic, political, global, and local rifts, Centurion Law Group strives to ensure that the guides contain pertinent and useful information to ultimately reflect the investment scene of Africa from a glance.

Edem Andah, Head, Centurion’s Tax Desk: “The Investment Guide’s unique feature is that it answers investors’ practical questions. It addresses relevant and topical issues, such as local entity set-up and registration requirements, work permits and filing requirements, local content requirements where applicable, fiscal and tax incentives applicable to the different sectors of the economy, taxes, as well as domestic and treaty investment protection and dispute resolution mechanism.  The Guide tells you what works, and identifies the forms, procedures, and agencies responsible for these activities, so you avoid unnecessary pitfalls and costs.”

Centurion and its network offers new knowledge and legal platform on how to do business in Africa. With 54 jurisdictions, Africa is a multicultural continent where the best ways of doing business and making deals can vary significantly from one country to the other.


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