The CAC has announced the commencement of the implementations of CAMA 2020.
The President has justified the taking of loans to fund infrastructure in the country.
Oyedele said CAMA would impact Nigeria’s ease of doing business and attract investment and economic growth.
This year, the topics discussed at the workshop were determined by the participants.
Dr. Oduwole said the changes in the new CAMA were well received by the business leaders.
Some of the provisions of the amended bill and how it will affect businesses are explained below.
The new Bill introduces some corporate legal innovations aimed at boosting the ease of doing business.
Union Bank of Nigeria PLC is proposing to write off the sum of N54.458 billion, being accumulated permanent losses arising from legacy asset depreciation as recorded...
The 8th Nigerian Senate yesterday, passed the repeal and re-enactment of the Companies and Allied Matters Act, which the legislative body termed the “biggest business reform bill...