is a partner in the firm’s TMT and IP practice groups. He is an expert in advising on cross-border issues relating to IP, ICT, fintech, cybersecurity, digital rights management, and data protection and privacy. His regulatory advisory work includes the provision of legal support to technical advisory groups funded by USAID and DFID that are aimed at providing high-level support to federal and state government agencies on their public private partnership (PPP) programmes. He is a member of the Securities & Exchange Commission committee charged with the responsibility of setting up a framework for the use of fintech in Nigerian capital markets. The Committee is presently implementing its recommendations and should establish the framework by 2021.
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