Call us: 01-454-5296, +234 708 321 1740 | E-mail: info@nigeriacompliancehub.com

Nigeria Compliance Hub Nigeria's No one compliance website

Regulatory Compliance Review

Regulatory-Compliance-Review

Regulatory agencies are becoming more involved in the enforcement regulations and rules. In this era of change, agencies are conducting frequent inspections and sanctions are becoming stricter by the day. Penalties can be expensive and this can affect your profit margins. Failure to comply with these regulations can also increase liability in the court system by spending man hours on litigation. NCH consultants will evaluate your company compliance program, review regulatory process, policy and procedure against regulatory requirements, expectations and the leading industry practice to identify gaps and opportunities for enhancement. We can also work with your company to revise the gaps.

Recent Posts in Regulatory Compliance Review

Central Bank of Nigeria Act

2016-12-20 10:30 AM | by Nigeria Compliancehub

This is an Act to repeal the Central Bank of Nigeria Act 1991 and to establish the Central Bank of Nigeria Act; and for related matters. 

The principal objects of the Bank shall be to ensure monetary and price stability; issue legal tender currency… Read more

Company and Allied Matter Act

2016-12-16 12:28 PM | by Nigeria Compliancehub

An Act to establish the Corporate Affairs Commission, provide for the incorporation of companies and incidental matters, registration of business names and the incorporation of trustees of certain communities, bodies and… Read more

Company Income Tax Act

2016-12-15 4:51 PM | by Nigeria Compliancehub

Companies are mandated by law to pay Company Income Tax (CIT) in Nigeria based on the profit. The amount charged is 30% o the profit earned in the year preceding assessment.
Companies resident in Nigeria are liable for CIT on their worldwide income and non-resident companies are liable only to CIT… Read more

Company Income Tax Act Amendment

2016-12-15 4:40 PM | by Nigeria Compliancehub

Companies are mandated by law to pay Company Income Tax (CIT) in Nigeria based on the profit. The amount charged is 30% o the profit earned in the year preceding assessment.
Companies resident in Nigeria are liable for CIT on their worldwide income and non-resident companies are liable only to CIT… Read more