Kunle Ajagbe

Kunle Ajagbe

Kunle was called to the Nigerian Bar in 1999 and has previously worked in some of Nigeria's leading commercial law firms where he led their Corporate & Commercial practice. Since being called to the Bar, Kunle has been involved in several headline transactions spanning the traditional and emerging areas of Corporate & Commercial law.

Kunle has variously acted for and advised Nigerian and foreign businesses, public and private sector entities on legal best practices and strategy. He brings to his work, an uncommon insight into regulatory, corporate governance, compliance and legal risk issues; working with clients to create value for them and enhance their interests. In more recent times, his work has him assisting to creatively build synergies between Nigerian and Indian businesses across various industry sectors.

Listed in the International Who's Who Legal, Kunle is an occasional essayist on legal and global issues, volunteer facilitator and resource person for the Fate Foundation, the Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre, the Lagos Multi-Door Courthouse and the Consumer Advocacy Forum. He has written for BusinessDay newspaper, FICCI and the Gateway House. He is a Director of the Nigerian Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NICCI), a Trustee of Global Rights Nigeria and a member of both the Nigerian Bar Association and the International Bar Association.

Kunle receives instructions in the following areas of practice:

  • Corporate & Commercial
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Mergers &Acquisition
  • Joint ventures and foreign investment