L Fubara Anga heads the banking, finance and transportation practice groups at Æ´ LEX. He advises on M&A strategy, as well as on financial, corporate and commercial issues affecting projects and companies, especially in the oil, gas, electricity, aviation, maritime, banking and financial services sectors.
Mr Anga has been involved in project finance, banking and capital market transactions for several years. He is a past chair of the Capital Markets Solicitors Association. He advised the government on the review of the Investment and Securities Act, and was a member of the National Committee on the Review of Capital Market Structure and Processes.
He was invited to become a member of the Presidential Policy Advisory Committee, where he was a member of the sub-committee on finance and investment and authored the Committee’s policy paper on foreign investment and privatisation. He is currently the chair of the Board of Trustees of the Investors Protection Fund of the Nigerian Stock Exchange. He was a member of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s master plan committee, and is currently a member of the rules and compliance sub-committee of the capital markets committee of the SEC.
Mr Anga was educated at Yale University and the University of Cambridge. He is admitted to practise law in Nigeria, England and Wales, and Ghana.