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  • compliance@upscale.com.ng
  • Lagos, Nigeria

Registrations and Filings

UBR Compliance assists businesses in procuring the proper registrations and filings with various State and Federal laws relating to their businesses.

Once a business entity is registered, it must, in most cases, file an annual report with its industry regulators. This responsibility can be time consuming for entrepreneurs.

Maintaining good standing status is an important part of keeping business objectives on track. While this requires a proactive stance, it can be an administrative burden. Consider the true costs of handling annual reports internally. These can include labor, risk management, a distraction from your core business, and the costs of penalties and restoring delinquent entities when mistakes are made.

As highly specialized compliance experts, we are uniquely positioned to help you create personalized best practices that keep you fully compliant and in full control.

Please request a quote for more information on our services.

Some of our services include:

Department of Petroleum Resources Licences and Permits

The DPR is the Agency charged with the responsibility of ensuring compliance to petroleum laws, regulations and guidelines.

The DPR regulates the Oil and Gas Industry by monitoring operations at any locations where crude oil, natural gas and other petroleum products are processed, stored transported or sold.

Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF)

The NSITF is a regulatory body created by the Employees’ Compensation Act (ECA).

The Scheme is designed to provide compensation to employees who suffer from occupational diseases, or sustain injuries or disability from accidents, in the course of employment.

It also provides compensation to the next-of-kin of an employee who dies in the course of work.

Industrial Training Fund Registration and Filings

The Industrial Training Fund promotes and encourages the acquisition of industrial and commercial skills required for national economic development.

The main thrust of ITF programmes and services is to stimulate human performance, improve productivity, and induce value-added production in industry and commerce.