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Renowned author unveils private equity book on October 21


Prof. Fabian Ajogwu, SAN

A renowned author and a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Professor Fabian Ajogwu has concluded plans to unveil a book titled, ‘The law and practice of private equity’.

The book examines the concept of private equity and highlights its significance as an alternative financing model that helps to bridge the funding gaps for businesses and companies.

A good number of start-ups and entrepreneurs do not have the requisite capital to see ideas to fruition and must rely on outside financiers or external funding options. Inability to access traditional financing sources such as bank loans and issuance of public stock to meet their needs has been a fundamental factor impeding the growth of businesses in Africa.


Private equity is a crucial alternative to bridge the funding gap in many developing countries in Africa due to the lack of access to capital or lack of adequately developed routes to obtaining funding. Research shows that private equity investors are almost invariably attracted to businesses which have the potential to evolve in ways that create value and find traditional financing challenging to arrange.

The emergence of PE funding as a reliable financing option in emerging markets and the desire to share optimum practical knowledge on a crucial subject, inspired Professor Fabian Ajogwu, SAN to author the book ‘The Law & Practice of Private Equity’ ISBN: 978-84-1346-638-5. The book, published by Global leader in law publications, Thomson Reuters, is available in both hardback and e-book versions. Undoubtedly, a wholesome exposition of the subject (as has been made in the book) will contribute significantly to the development and practice of private equity in Nigeria. The book is set to be unveiled at a virtual Book Presentation on Wednesday, October 21, 2020.

The book presents a practical approach to private equity investing and deal-making that protects the interests of stakeholders – investors and investees. It analyses the relevant legal framework to help those engaging in Private Equity deals to do so within the provisions of the law and regulatory requirements.

An essential publication for businesses, ‘The Law & Practice of Private Equity’ will benefit entrepreneurs, investors, regulators, financial experts, policymakers, attorneys, lecturers, and students. It is envisaged that this book will increase knowledge of the subject of private equity and ultimately, contribute to economic development and prosperity.


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