Dan Agbor is managing partner at Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie and heads its corporate, banking and finance, power, private equity, capital markets and taxation teams.
He has advised on a wide range of matters, including Nigeria’s earliest global depositary receipt programme, its first independent power project, the establishment of Nigeria’s first discount house, Nigeria’s first as well as several recent eurobond transactions, and the structuring of an international debt fund listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. He has also assisted a power sector regulator with the drafting of captive power regulations for that sector.
Mr Agbor delivers and publishes articles across his practice areas, including papers on eurobond issuances, security, the Nigerian debt conversion programme, global depositary receipts and foreign investment. He is ranked as a leading lawyer in the corporate, M&A and banking and finance sections of Chambers Global directory, and by Who’s Who Legal and the Practical Law Review. He is also ranked by International Financial Law Review, The Legal 500 and The Lawyer’s ‘Africa Elite’ Private Equity Report.