Corporate Services in Nigeria
235 Ikorodu Road, Ilupeju, Marina, Lagos, P.O Box 965
"To be the preferred corporate services provider in Nigeria"
"The pursuit of excellence in service delivery"
"Integrity, Professionalism, Team Work, Accountability, Respect for Self and Others"
Why Choose DCSL?
- We possess core competencies in our service areas, which we have acquired over several years
-We have sustained relationships with various regulators to create value for our clients
-We have an impressive portfolio of diverse clients across various sectors of the Nigerian economy
-We deliver value on a competitive fee arrangement, which is both time and value based
The entity now known as DCSL Corporate Services limited started out as a sub-unit of the Tax and Regulatory Unit of Akintola Williams Deloitte and was then known as "DTT Services". the sub-unit provided company secretarial services mostly to companies who were audit and tax clients of the Firm. In March 1999, the sub-unit was incorporated as a legal entity, DTT Services Limited.
In 2011, the company was given full autonomy under the direction of a vibrant Board and a new Management team. Under the new Board and Management of the Company, DTT Services Limited became Deloitte Corporate Services Limited. Albeit a separate legal entity, the company remained an affiliate of Akintola Williams Deloitte (AWD) in substance.
Again in October 2013, the Company took another step towards being more apparent in the separation of its corporate status from its historical antecedents with AWD and to emphasize its corporate independence. DCSL launched its new corporate identity as DCSL Corporate Services Limited on the 12th of December , 2013. A significant development arising from the corporate reorganization process is the fact that the DCSL team has been strengthened and new service lines introduced to fully and effectively serve a broader spectrum of clients spread across major sectors of the Nigerian economy.Show more +
Chinedu graduated from the University of Abuja (LL.B Hons, 2004), and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2005. He oversees the local establishment of foreign companies and corporate compliance with regulatory and statutory requirements. He provides immigration advisory and support to DCSL’s clients. Chinedu has been a member of the team of various corporate governance engagements including board evaluation, and remuneration bench-marking as well as due diligence engagements. He is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association and the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, UK.Show more +