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Myma Belo-Osagie

Myma Belo-Osagie

12th Floor, St. Nicholas HouseCatholic Mission StreetLagosNigeria

Global Leader

WWL Ranking: Recommended

National Leader

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Myma Belo-Osagie is a long-standing figure in the Nigerian market and excels when it comes to providing first-rate counsel on complex transactions and project financings in the energy space.

Biography

Of counsel Myma Belo-Osagie’s areas of specialisation include corporate restructuring, acquisitions, foreign investment, regulatory communications, equity finance and infrastructure projects, among many others.

Myma is ranked as a "leading lawyer" for her work in corporate, mergers and acquisitions (Chambers Global), project finance (IFLR1000 and Who's Who Legal), and finance and telecommunications (The Legal 500).

She assisted with the drafting of the Nigerian Communications Act 2003 and was retained by federal government to assist with the drafting of Nigeria's downstream gas legislation. She had advised several local, regional and international companies, organisations, institutions and governments on a variety of transactions.

She sits on the board of directors of various companies and acts as a trustee on the board of several not-for-profit organisations, including the African Leadership Foundation, the Growing Businesses Foundation, the African Wildlife Foundation and the Art and Business Foundation.

Myma has authored several articles on Nigerian petroleum regulations, Nigerian environmental law and foreign investment, with these pieces appearing in international journals such as the Petroleum Economist and the journal of the American Bar Association section on international law and practice journal.

Nigeria - M&A and Governance 2019

Professional Biography

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Myma Belo-Osagie is a prominent figure in the Nigerian market with a stellar reputation for her excellent work handling high-value acquisitions and foreign investment matters.

Biography

Of counsel Myma Belo-Osagie’s areas of specialisation include corporate restructuring, acquisitions, foreign investment, regulatory communications, equity finance and infrastructure projects, among many others.

Myma is ranked as a "leading lawyer" for her work in corporate, mergers and acquisitions (Chambers Global), project finance (IFLR1000 and Who's Who Legal), and finance and telecommunications (The Legal 500).

She assisted with the drafting of the Nigerian Communications Act 2003 and was retained by federal government to assist with the drafting of Nigeria's downstream gas legislation. She had advised several local, regional and international companies, organisations, institutions and governments on a variety of transactions.

She sits on the board of directors of various companies and acts as a trustee on the board of several not-for-profit organisations, including the African Leadership Foundation, the Growing Businesses Foundation, the African Wildlife Foundation and the Art and Business Foundation.

Myma has authored several articles on Nigerian petroleum regulations, Nigerian environmental law and foreign investment, with these pieces appearing in international journals such as the Petroleum Economist and the journal of the American Bar Association section on international law and practice journal.

Nigeria - Project Finance 2019

Professional Biography

WWL Ranking: Recommended

WWL says

Myma Belo-Osagie comes highly recommended by respondents for her considerable experience advising clients on high-value energy and infrastructure projects.

Biography

Of counsel Myma Belo-Osagie’s areas of specialisation include corporate restructuring, acquisitions, foreign investment, regulatory communications, equity finance and infrastructure projects, among many others.

Myma is ranked as a "leading lawyer" for her work in corporate, mergers and acquisitions (Chambers Global), project finance (IFLR1000 and Who's Who Legal), and finance and telecommunications (The Legal 500).

She assisted with the drafting of the Nigerian Communications Act 2003 and was retained by federal government to assist with the drafting of Nigeria's downstream gas legislation. She had advised several local, regional and international companies, organisations, institutions and governments on a variety of transactions.

She sits on the board of directors of various companies and acts as a trustee on the board of several not-for-profit organisations, including the African Leadership Foundation, the Growing Businesses Foundation, the African Wildlife Foundation and the Art and Business Foundation.

Myma has authored several articles on Nigerian petroleum regulations, Nigerian environmental law and foreign investment, with these pieces appearing in international journals such as the Petroleum Economist and the journal of the American Bar Association section on international law and practice journal.

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