May 2021: Investment in Nigeria Guide by KPMG Nigeria


Wednesday, June 02, 2021 / 02:09 PM / by Wole Obayomi/ Header Image Credit:KPMG Nigeria


This publication sets out the basic information on tax and business regulatory issues that new investors need to know when investing in Nigeria. It also provides information about the country, its institutions and infrastructure. We have updated the publication with changes in the tax and business regulatory environment since May 2019 when the last edition was published.

The information contained in this publication is intended to be of general interest to the reader and it does not address the circumstances of any individual or entity.

Although the contents of the publication are correct to the best of our knowledge and belief at the time of going to press, readers are encouraged to seek specific professional advice before taking any action on the basis of opinions expressed.

We disclaim any responsibility whatsoever for any loss or damage suffered by person on account of reliance on this publication.

Please click here to read more on this publication.



* This statement was first published in the Issue 6.1/ June 2021 Newsletter of KPMG of Wednesday, June 02, 2021. For further enquiries, please contact the author, Wole Obayomi via

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