CORPORATE CRIMINAL LIABILITY IMPLICATION FOR BUSINESSES IN NIGERIA
The Federal Government of Nigeria has continued to initiate policies, legislations and regulations that would attract foreign investment and usher in the much-anticipated upsurge of economic activities in country. Emphases have recently been placed on the agriculture, power, energy and communication sectors of the economy, with various incentives outlined for participation in those sectors.
DCSL Corporate Governance Compendium
“In producing this Compendium at this time, DCSL makes a particularly important and significant contribution to the study and practice of corporate governance, not only in Nigeria, but, indeed, in every part of the world where globalization has made the harmonization of philosophy and practice imperative.
An Analysis of the FRC Rules
The Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (FRCN) acting within its powers in accordance with Section 8(2), Section 30 and Section 53(2) of the Financial Reporting Act, No.6, 2011 (“the FRC Act”) recently issued a new set of Rules on varying issues including membership of the Audit Committee and the competence of foreign audit/accounting firms to sign off on the financial statements of Nigerian Companies.