Fubara is the head of the firm’s Banking and Finance Practice Group. He advises on financial, corporate and commercial issues that affect projects and companies especially in the banking and financial services, energy, aviation, maritime, and telecommunications sectors.
Fubara has been involved in project finance, banking and capital markets transactions for several years. He has advised lenders extensively on obtaining effective security and the attendant registration cost implications in Nigeria and continues to advise clients on investment opportunities in Nigeria.
EducationBA (Econs. and Pol. Sci.) Yale College, Yale University, USA 1980BA (Law) Churchill College, Cambridge University, England 1983MA (Law) Cambridge University, England 1988MA (Law) Cambridge University, England 1988
MembershipsMember, Nigerian Bar Association; Member, Law Society, England & Wales; Member, Ghana Bar Association; Member, International Bar Association; International Associate, American Bar Association; Member, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators UK (MCI Arb.); Fellow, Chartered Institute of Taxation (FCTI); Nigerian Representative for TRACE International; WSG Board of Directors; Country Chairman, International Law Section of the New York State Bar Association. Fubara has since 2004 delivered regular lectures at the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies on power project acquisitions.
QualificationBarrister and Solicitor, Nigeria 1984Solicitor, England and Wales 2001Barrister and Solicitor, Ghana 2001