2022 was defining for corporates, regulators, and employees. While some effects of 2020’s pandemic are history, others remain consequential. Globally, businesses are devising strategies to match pre-pandemic volumes and profits, amid rising costs and accelerated disruption. Globally, regulators are determining the middle ground between the expediency required to support business activities and the rigour necessary to protect stakeholders.
In Nigeria, the Corporate Affairs Commission took centre stage in its enforcement of 2020’s Companies and Allied Mattes Act as well as the implementation of its digitisation drive.
Although the talking points from 2022 are numerous, we have pruned our list to a few standout developments. In this Wrap-Up, we have covered a wide range of topics, from CAC notices to the 2022 Insolvency Regulations, to the constitution of Nigeria’s Climate Council. Importantly, our Wrap-Up examines the developments corporates and individuals must consider to stay nimble and maintain best practices.