Olubukola Seun-Oguntuga is a Managing Associate with the firm. She is a quintessential legal practitioner who delights in partnering with CEOs, executives, and solopreneurs to grow their business.
Before joining the firm, she spent about a decade leading the Solicitors’ team in Perchstone & Graeys, one of the top full-service law firms in Lagos, Nigeria, she had a brief stint on the legal team of one of the country’s top insurance companies.
Olubukola knows what truly drives businesses and understands that it is how well you connect with the people you are trying to give value and communicate your understanding of their needs, that really matters. In her capacity as head of the Perchstone & Graeys’ banking & finance team, she led her team to standardise the loan documentation of 2 (two) commercial banks.
In that capacity, she also led the team for the standardisation of the mortgage lending documentation for the Nigeria Mortgage Refinance Company Plc (NMRC). She has acted as consultant to the Finance & Private Sector Unit of the World Bank and has authored several articles published in BusinessDay Newspapers.
Olubukola is a graduate of the University of Ibadan and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2003. For leisure, Olubukola coaches, speaks and trains on leadership as a John Maxwell certified coach, trainer, and speaker.
• Nigerian Law School, Lagos (B.L.)
• University of Ibadan (LL.B)
• Corporate Commercial
• Banking and Finance
• Financial services
• Banking Finance
• Foreign Direct Investments and Joint Ventures
• Consulted for the Private Sector Development Unit of the World Bank on Housing Financing structures and regulatory compliance issues with respect to housing delivery for middle-income earners in Nigeria.
• Consulted for the Private Sector Development Unit of the World Bank on Draft Land Use Act Regulations and the regulatory compliance issues with respect to transfer of interest in land and foreclosure on mortgages.
• Advised the Private Sector Development Unit of the World Bank on the available structures for the establishment of a Mortgage Refinance Company and the requisite transactional documentation.
• Advised the FSS 2020 Project Management Office of the Central Bank of Nigeria on cheaper alternative financing structures for the development of various types of infrastructure in Nigeria.
• Advised a leading international educational institution on the various business structures for doing business in Nigeria
• Advised Sterling Bank in respect of its seven-year fixed-rate N7.5bn (Seven Billion, Five Hundred Billion Naira) non-convertible Debenture Private Placement.
• Member, Nigerian Bar Association
• The John Maxwell Team