Pamela Onah is a Senior Associate and a member of the firm’s corporate & commercial, banking & finance and fintech teams. Since joining the firm, she has been involved in a wide range of matters, including general corporate advisory and litigation.
Senior Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie
Associate, Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie
Intern, Obla & Co
Nigerian Law School, BL
Bournemouth University, LL.B
Nigerian Bar Association
UUBO’s Fintech team members Yinka Edu (Partner), Joseph Eimunjeze (Partner), Pamela Onah (Senior Associate) and Oluwatobi Akintayo (Associate) have contributed to the latest Nigerian chapter of the 7th Edition of the Global Legal Group, UK’s Fintech Laws and Regulations 2023 in which they discuss the various regulatory changes and topical issues impacting the Nigerian Fintech […]Read More
The recent crackdown on mobile applications (“Apps”) that are geared towards the provision of financial services, including lending, by local regulators has necessitated an update of policy by Google for its Play Store. These policies now require App developers, especially those who develop finance services Apps, to ensure that their Apps are in tandem with […]Read More
Regulatory Update: Exposure Draft Of The Guidelines For The Regulation Of Representative Offices Of Foreign Banks In Nigeria
In the Nigerian banking sector, there are some representative offices which are owned by foreign banks. A representative office serves as a marketing and liaison office in Nigeria for a foreign bank – which is usually the parent company. Representative offices are approved by the Central Bank of Nigeria (“CBN”) pursuant to section 8 of […]Read More
Key trends and developments in the Fintech Sector have been identified and analysed by the UUBO Fintech team in an article published in the latest edition of the Chambers Fintech Global Practice Guide. The publication is a great resource for practitioners and investors in the ecosystem and highlights recent regulatory developments – including regulatory sandboxes, as […]Read More
In a year when two of Nigeria’s Fintechs (Flutterwave and Opay) acquired unicorn status, it became clear that the Fintech industry in the country had come of age. In line with this, there was a raft of new regulations affecting the industry. The local regulators sought to facilitate innovation and monitor the industry more closely. […]Read More
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