(1), (2) and (3) Two “M&A” deals for the nation’s largest consumer products group and another on a major ports project.
(4) and (5) Two "M&A" deals, the two largest ever in Nigeria's current industry.
(6) and (7) Separate Currency swaps and securities lending transactions between leading global investment banks and the Central Bank of Nigeria.
(8) A project for a sponsor consortium of multinational companies from four continents to rehabilitate and concession Nigeria’s largest railway network.
(9) and (10)ICSID and ICC arbitrations for project developers against the Federal Government of Nigeria.
(11) The first “IPO” in more than a decade in the telecommunications sector.
(12), (13) and (14) The largest insolvencies in the upstream oil, aviation and telecommunication sectors.
(15) The largest-ever restructuring of a commercial bank’s captial.
(16) A Eurobond for a large bank.
(17), (18) and (19) Forward sales of crude oil by the NNPC, Shell, Total and Chevron entities and financing therefor.
(20) and (21) The development of “new towns” in Abuja (on 700 ha) and Akwa Ibom State (on 15,000ha).
(22) The development of 50,000 mass housing units, the largest number of homes built by a foreign developer in several states nationwide.
(23) and (24) Two sets of contracts for novel payment structure arrangements for crudeoil-for-oilfield-services contracts.
(25) and (26) Far-reaching new tax and Project “Light-up Lagos” electric power legislation for the Lagos State Government, the government of the 5 th largest economy in Africa.
(27) and (28): Large foreign "DFI" lendings to Nigeria's largest DFI and to seminal petrochemical projects.
(29) and (30): Two major tax cases for a global oil producer major against a state government.