Biography Of Fabian Ikenna Ajogwu,

Biography Intro:Fabian Ikenna Ajogwu,  is a Senior Advocate of Nigeria[1] and the founding Partner of the law firm of Kenna Partners.

NAME: Fabian Ikenna Ajogwu

DATE OF BIRTH:June 23, 1970

EDUCATION: He obtained his law degree from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and a master’s degree in Law from the University of Lagos.

With a strong background in Mathematics, he also holds a Doctor of Philosophy (Law) degree from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from IESE Business School, University of Navarra, Barcelona, Spain.

CAREER AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: As the Principal Partner at Kenna Partners, Ajogwu specializes in advising and representing major multinational corporations in diverse areas of law especially Energy & Natural Resources, Arbitration and Litigation, Admiralty and Maritime, Banking, Investments and Corporate Finance and Corporate Governance.

Ajogwu assisted in drafting Nigeria’s pioneer Code of Corporate Governance for the Securities and Exchange Commission in 2003. In 2005, he founded the Society for Corporate Governance Nigeria (SCGN).

a registered non-profit committed to the development of corporate governance best practices and ethics. SCGN works with the active support of the International Finance Corporation, World Bank, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Nigerian Stock Exchange and leading listed companies in Nigeria.

PUBLICATIONS: Ajogwu, Fabian and Jess Castellote (2017), Collecting Art A Handbook (Book Craft), ISBN 978-978-8457-91-6, Lagos, Nigeria, 285 pages
Ajogwu, Fabian (2017), Ship Acquisition & Finance: Law & Practice, Commercial Law Development Services (CLDS), ISBN 978-978-952-388-7, Lagos, Nigeria, 255 pages
Solanke, Folake and Ajogwu, Fabian, (2016), Oral & Written Advocacy: Law & Practice, Commercial Law Development Services (CLDS), ISBN 978-978-952-389-4, Lagos, Nigeria, 302 pages
Ajogwu, Fabian and Kenna Partners, (2015), Trade & Investments in Nigeria: Legal & Regulatory Aspects, Commercial Law Development Services (CLDS), ISBN 978-978-948-236-8, Lagos, Nigeria, 436 pages and many others.

HONORS AND AWARDS:a recipient of Hon. Justice Kayode Eso Award for Excellence and others


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