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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

SON Launches PAM to Check Substandard Products

The Director-General of the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), Osita Aboloma, has said that the agency’s newly introduced Product Authentication Mark (PAM) will raise the patronage of made-in-Nigeria products and boost the country’s economic diversification drive from oil to non-oil sector and check substandard products.

The PAM is a mark of…

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News and Resources

PenCom releases N86.7bn to over 275,000 sacked workers

The National Pension Commission said it had released N86.7 billion to sacked workers of various companies who participated in the Contributory Pension Scheme. Acting Director-General, PenCom, Mrs Aisha Dahir-Umar, who disclosed this on Monday in Lagos, said the amount was for the settlement of 275,172 disengaged…

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Regulators

Nigerian Agricultural Insurance Corporation (NAIC)

This Nigerian Agricultural Insurance Corporation was established to meet the need for a specialized Agricultural Insurance Company to provide insurance cover to farmers, which was informed by Government's concern over the vacuum created due to the unwillingness of conventional Insurers to accept Agricultural risks, which they considered too risky

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Lagos State Inland Revenue Service (LIRS)

Lagos State Inland revenue Service (LIRS) is the major revenue generating Agency of the Lagos State Government saddled with the responsibility of collecting taxes. Over the years, LIRS has increased the State’s Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) by executing various pioneering programs and implementing strategies which have impacted positively on revenue…

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Industries

Agriculture

This sector comprises all units engaged in agriculture, fishing and hunting. Agricultural production covers, primarily, the production of crops, plants, vines, or trees (excluding forestry operations); and the keeping, grazing or feeding of livestock for the sale of livestock or livestock products (including serums) for livestock increase, or for value…

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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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