Accessing private finance for public infrastructure developments has proved hard to do in many African countries, and Nigeria is no exception.
Inside Africa blog
Topic: InfrastructureSubscribe to Infrastructure
Best practice in preparing project negotiations: Government Negotiators’ Academy
On 14 and 15 February 2019 in Accra, Ghana, the African Legal Support Facility (ALSF) and the African Business Law Firms Association (ABLFA) played host to around 80 representatives of government and law firms.
Procurement trends in mining - recent developments
This article is a follow up to our two part essential guide on feasibility planning and construction procurement for junior mining and our analysis last year of the updated FIDIC suite of contracts.
Kenyan Government Support Measures: a more formal approach
With the assistance of Michael Kontos and Wassim Mohamedali of Walker Kontos Advocates, Nairobi.
Brainstorming the challenges in African PPPs
On 16 October 2018 in Abuja, the Nigerian Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC) and the Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) played host to nearly 100 government representatives.
EIB report - Banking in Africa: Read the findings of our review of the state of bank recovery and resolution laws in Africa
On 22 November 2018, the European Investment Bank (EIB) published the fourth edition of its banking in Africa report.
Third-party funding in investor-state arbitration
Implications of UEMOA Regulations on the financing structure of projects in Senegal: restrictions on guarantees
Liberia – a peaceful transition
Ghana: Privatisation of the Volta River Authority’s thermal assets
The government of Ghana has advertised that it is considering the disposal of part or all of its interests in the Volta River Authority’s (VRA) portfolio of thermal generation assets as part of broader plans...