Dan Agbor is the firm’s Senior Partner and heads Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie’s banking & finance, power, private equity, and taxation teams. His corporate advisory practice includes mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings and derivatives transactions, debt restructuring, debt to equity conversions and fund establishment.
He has advised on a range of matters including Nigeria’s earliest global depositary receipt programme, its first independent power project, the establishment of its first discount house, Nigeria’s first Eurobond transaction and the structuring of an international debt fund that is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
Dan is ranked as an Eminent Practitioner for his Banking & Finance work, and as a Leading Lawyer in the Corporate/M&A sections of the Chambers Global Directory and the Practical Law Review. He is also featured in the International Financial Law Review (Expert Guides), the Practical Law Company “Which Lawyer” Guides, the Legal 500 and Who’s Who Legal. He is the country representative of the Employment Law Alliance, and a contributor to the International Law Office Energy and Natural Resources Newsletter.
Dan delivers and publishes articles across his practice areas, including papers on banking, secured credit transactions, the Nigerian debt conversion programme, global depositary receipts, foreign investment, international joint venture agreements and guarantees. He chairs and serves on the boards of various companies.
|2019-till date||Senior Partner, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie|
|1996-2019||Partner, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie|
|1990-1995||Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie|
|1988-1990||Assistant Manager, Corporate Finance, Nigeria InternationalBank Limited (Citibank)|
|1987-1988||Legal Officer, Nigeria International Bank Limited (Citibank)|
|1986-1987||Associate, Ajumogobia, Okeke and Oyebode|
|1980-1981||Lecturer in Political Science, Rivers State College of Education|
LL. B, University of Benin
MPA, Political Science University of Calabar
BSc, Political Science University of Calabar
|Nigerian Bar Association|
|International Bar Association|
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