International Trade & Commerce

The Pan-African Payments Settlement System (PAPSS): Advancing Africa in International Trade and Commerce?

African leaders must be ready to commit to achieving this course, set by the development of the PAPSS, not just by being mere signatories and participants of the PAPSS, but by ensuring the establishment of key economic and political strategies, geared at facilitating a seamless or near seamless cross-border African trade.

A Projection into the Future: Demutualization of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE)

Demutualization of an exchange can coexist with self-regulation. The exchange's capability to uphold prescribed standards and fulfill regulatory and public interest goals hinges on various factors, encompassing the regulatory framework and the exchange's legal obligations. This underscores the intricate interplay between demutualization, self-regulation, and compliance within the broader regulatory landscape governing financial markets.

Classifying the Rights of Participants in Nigeria’s Emerging Gig Economy

Numerous businesses, notably those in the Gig Economy, face lawsuits for misclassifying workers as independent contractors instead of employees. These disputes often escalate into high-stakes litigation, jeopardizing billions of dollars and fundamental business principles. The outcomes not only impact financial stability but also challenge the core identity and operational models of these enterprises.