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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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Nigeria Compliance hub

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

e-Dividend Registration To Continue – SEC

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has announced that the e-dividend registration exercise would continue seamlessly in spite of the expiration of the December 31st 2017 free registration deadline.

It would be recalled that the e-dividend free registration expired on December 31, 2017.

Dr. Abdul Zubair, Acting Director General of SEC, who…

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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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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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Nigerian Port Authority (NPA)

Nigerian ports Authority (NPA) was established in 1954 by ports Act (Cap 155 of the law of the Federation of Nigeria –amended 1999) as an operating port with the responsibility  of providing all port services. 

The functions of the Nigerian Ports Authority includes, the develop , own and operate ports and…

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Industries

Food & Agro Allied

This sector is comprised of companies engaging in the production and manufacturing of final goods. In general, these are products and services classified for personal use, specifically intended for the mass market. This sector encompasses goods that are consumed rather than used in the production of other goods, and include…

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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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