At the heart of Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie’s areas of specialisation is its market-leading Corporate Advisory Practice. The team advises on mergers, acquisitions, investments, corporate restructuring, general, corporate and commercial matters. The firm’s oldest and largest practice group, it continues to earn some of our most notable and recurring peer and client commendations, as evinced by international rankings and accolades over three decades.
The team has extensive domestic and cross-border transactional experience advising corporates, conglomerates, investors, joint venture partners, shareholders, boards of directors, financial institutions, regulators, and a host of other local, regional and international clients. The sectors that these clients operate in include oil and gas, banking, finance, telecommunications, fast-moving consumer goods, food, beverage, packaging, brewery, manufacturing health, logistics, insurance, infrastructure, retail, power and agriculture, among many others.
Members of the team have been involved in advising the office of the Senate President on the legal and regulatory reforms required to enhance the business environment in Nigeria, including the review of the Nigerian Companies and Allied Matters Act.
UUBO- “always looking for better ways to help us achieve our objectives.” “Their strength is that they give commercial advice.”
“The firm demonstrated good risk analysis, trend analysis, and understanding of best practices.”
“They are very knowledgeable, and their work product always demonstrates their high level of expertise.”
The team was proactive in anticipating problems and thorough in its review and analysis of situations.
“They are very responsive and accommodated our very tight timelines in ensuring we concluded the deal in record time.”
“The UUBO team was always very responsive, professional, had good work ethic and insights into structuring M&A transaction under Nigerian jurisdiction and had a fast and efficient turnaround of transaction documentation. The team was proactive in reaching out to the target in the context of the legal due diligence.”