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NigeriaCompliance Hub is developed by PML Advisory. On the website, you have access to compliance requirements in Nigeria. You can read and download applicable laws, circulars, guidelines and publications. We also provide best industry practices and resources for companies especially compliance officer.

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With over 1000 compliance provision cutting across various regulators: Central Bank of Nigeria, Security and Exchange Commission, Pension Commission, National Insurance Commission, Financial Reporting Council etc, we are proud to be the leading Nigeria Compliance solution provider. We have compliance provision covering shipping, health and Safety, Marketing, brand promotion, finance etc.

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Regulations and Guidelines

Circular on Nationwide Implementation of the Cashless Policy


The Central Bank of Nigeria, in a meeting on the 8th of February, reviewed the cash-less policy charges on withdrawal and deposit and decided that the policy be extended to the reminaing 30 states of the Federation. At the above mentioned meeting, the following decisions were taken:
1. Charges…

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Circular on new policy on PTA and School fees


In continuation of the efforts to increase Foreign Exchange availability in the Nigerian Foreign Exchange Market, and the need to ease the difficulties encountered by Nigerians in obtaining funds for some invisible transactions, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has decided to introduce certain measures to reduce this hardship.

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New Policy Actions in the Foreign Exchange Market


In continuation of efforts to increase the availability of Foreign Exchange in order to ease the difficulties encountered by Nigerians in obtaining funds for Foreign Exchange transactions, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is providing direct additional funding to banks to meet the needs of Nigerians for Personal and…

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News and Resources

CBN introduces new charges on cashless deposits and withdrawals.


The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Thursday released a circular on the cashless policy, reintroducing cash charges on deposits and withdrawals nationwide. The circular titled “Circular on Nationwide Implementation of cashless policy” revealed that the new charges are expected to take effect from 1st of April 2017. This comes…

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SON Promises Total Compliance to Quality, Standard Products


The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has vowed to ensure total compliance with quality of goods and services being imported into the country and those being produced locally in order to improve the economic development of the country.

?The Kwara State Coordinator of SON, Mr. Sunday Yashim, who spoke with…

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Regulators

National Security Adviser (NSA)

The National Security Adviser (NSA) provides for the End-User Certificate. The End-User Certificate is an undertaking by a purchaser/importer that any of the controlled items/products covered by the process transferred from the exporting country is for its sole and lawful use within Nigeria, and that the controlled items/products are not…

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Federal Aviation Authority of Nigeria (FAAN)

The Nigerian Airports Authority (NAA) which later became Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) was set up by the Nigerian government by Decree 45 of 1976, to oversee the operations and maintenance of all Federal airports.

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Nigeria Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC)

The Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) is an independent regulatory agency which was inaugurated on 31st October 2005 as provided in the Electric Power Sector Reform Act 2005.

The Commission is mandated to carry out the monitoring and regulation of the electricity industry, the issuance of licences to market participants,…

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Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA)

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), formerly the National Maritime Authority (NMA) is responsible for regulations related to Nigerian shipping, maritime labor and coastal waters. The Agency also undertakes inspections and provides search and rescue services.

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Industries

Oil and Gas

This sector includes all companies engaged in the upstream, midstream and downstream of the oil and gas sector.  It also includes companies primarily engaged in the production of liquid hydrocarbons from oil and gas field gases. Their business are dominated by (1) the exploration, production, marketing, refining and/or transportation of…

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Information & Communications Technology

Information & Communications Technology (ICT) consists of all technical means used in handling information and aiding communication. This sector consists of Information Technology (IT) as well as telephony, and stresses the role of unified communications and the integration of telecommunications, intelligent management systems, and audio-visual systems in modern information technology.…

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Industrial Goods

This sector is composed of companies primarily involved in the manufacture and distribution of capital goods, including aerospace and defense, engineering and building products, electrical equipment, industrial machinery, and packaging products for industrial and consumer products. Their businesses are dominated by the production of goods for commercial use.
 

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Financial Services

This sector includes companies engaged in the provision of financial services, in investing money in predominantly financial assets, in providing services to lenders, borrowers and investors, and in providing insurance coverage of all types. They are primarily engaged in financial transactions and/or in facilitating financial transactions. Companies represented…

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