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Regulatory Content Solution


In this dynamic regulatory environment, having a repository of compliance is very imperative with most financial institutes struggling to keep pace with regulatory changes while managing the entire repository of the regulatory content or in the creation of the regulatory content. This requires detecting, tracking, and understanding which laws/compliance they are exposed to how this impact their business as a whole. We have developed the regulatory content for the Nigerian market covering over 10 industries, 58 Acts and Laws and over 100 circulars and guidelines. Our robust regulatory content would help implementation of our solution which comes readily with this content.

The NCH content solution provides a central repository for storing and organizing all types of regulations and laws with the provision fully described and explained for ease of compliance by the compliance owner. The integration with external sources enables the solution to capture information such geographic area, issuing organization, compliance description, start date (application date), modification date, end date, title, compliance provision. This information is stored within the system to enable easy access, and prevent duplication. Users can run an advanced text search on this content, and use import functions to insert regulations/rules in the system for an article or a list of articles.

Recent Posts in Regulatory Content Solution

When NAIC, BOA partnered to boost agricultural productivity

2017-08-15 10:29 AM | by Nigeria Compliancehub

The Federal Government in its move to increase agricultural productivity and achieve self sufficiency in food production by 2020, welcomed the King of Morocco in Abuja recently to learn from their experience in agriculture. During this visit, several Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) were signed to tighten the relationship of the… Read more

CAC delists 44,000 companies

2017-08-14 3:18 PM | by Nigeria Compliancehub

No fewer than 44,000 companies have been delisted from the database of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

The commission has also registered over 1.5 million companies.

Registrar General of the CAC, Bello Mahmud, said this in a chat with the Economic Confidential in Abuja.

He said the development was sequel to several breaches… Read more

EFCC, Stock Exchange strengthen pact to protect investors

2017-08-14 10:11 AM | by Nigeria Compliancehub

Authorities at the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) and Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have renewed their commitments to a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that seeks to protect investors from market abuses and forestall the use of the Nigerian stock market as conduit for illicit wealth.

At a high-level meeting at… Read more

Why past re-branding Nigeria efforts failed —Experts

2017-08-14 9:49 AM | by Nigeria Compliancehub

Poor funding,  lack of clarity of purpose and insincerity on the part of  government, have been identified as some of the reasons the various efforts at re-branding Nigeria had failed in the past.

Making this observation in Lagos at the Meeting of Minds forum, organised by Brandish Publications recently, some practitioners… Read more

PenCom Condemn Bill Seeking Exclusion Of Paramilitary Agencies From Pension Scheme

2017-08-14 9:36 AM | by Nigeria Compliancehub

The National Pension Commission (PenCom) on Friday kicked against the bill seeking to exclude paramilitary organisations including the police from the Contributory Pension Scheme(CPS). The Acting Director-General of PenCom, Mrs Aisha Dahir-Umar, said in Abeokuta that the exclusion of the paramilitary organisations from the national pension scheme would not augur… Read more

CBN, NNPC, FIRS, 180 Other Federal Ministries, Agencies In Massive Recruitment Scandal

2017-08-14 9:08 AM | by Nigeria Compliancehub

There are reports with strong indications that nearly all the federal ministries, departments and agencies have been carrying out illegal mass recruitments.

According to information by Sunday Punch, several government parastatals including the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), and… Read more