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By Francis Mayebe, Candidate Attorney, overseen by Virusha Subban, Partner and Head of Tax, Baker McKenzie Johannesburg Background Bilateral tax treaties are mainly based on the...

The London office of Nigerian law firm Olaniwun Ajayi LP announces strategic growth and...

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OALP is the first African law firm to develop a London presence offering high end English law capability The London office of top Nigerian law...

Regulatory and deal developments in South African fintech

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 By Ashlin Perumall, Partner, Baker McKenzie Johannesburg  South Africa is an African fintech frontrunner, with several recent regulatory developments taking centre stage as the country...

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AfCFTA is Now Operational: What to Expect in the First Few...

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By Pomy Ketema, Counsel, Baker McKenzie, New York The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is one of the largest trading blocs in the world...