Nigerian Breweries Recruitment 2021 for a Senior Regulatory Affairs Manager

Nigerian Breweries Plc, the pioneer and largest brewing Company in Nigeria was incorporated in 1946 as “Nigerian Brewery Limited”. In June 1949, the Company recorded a landmark when the first bottle of STAR lager beer rolled out of its Lagos Brewery bottling lines.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Senior Regulatory Affairs Manager

Location: Lagos


  • Ensure the compliance of the business with all regulatory and other corporate governance framework including the Articles of Association and support the Company Secretary / Legal Director with all Board and its Committees compliance and corporate governance requirements.
  • Ensure that the Company carries out its day-to-day operations without hindrance in terms of compliance with all relevant laws, regulations, guidelines and government policies thereby avoiding business disruptions, penalties and fines.
  • In line with the provisions of the Nigerian Data Protection Regulations 2019 and
    global best practices, develop and implement the company’s data protection and
    privacy agenda, procedures and processes, and act as the Data Protection and
    Privacy Officer of the Company.
  • Develop, embed and lead the Company’s compliance with competition requirements compliance including developing and implementing agreed strategic objectives.
  • Ensure that the shareholders’ interests are properly managed though targeted
    investors’ relation management.
  • Develop and implement the Company’s business conduct and compliance programmes; build strong and broad relationships with the various functions within the Company to ensure the awareness of and compliance with the Code of Business Conduct and other business conduct requirements amongst employees, suppliers, customers and other stakeholders.
  • Any other related responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time.
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  • LL.B (Hons.) from a recognised university with a minimum of Second Class (Upper Division).
  • BL: Certificate of Call to the Nigerian Bar with a minimum of Second Class (Upper Division).
  • LL.M and/or ICSAN and any other related qualification would be an added
  • At least 8 years post Call-to-Bar experience with a reputable private
    law firm, a Big 5 firms or a senior role in a legal / regulatory department of a
    reputable organisation. A combination of work experience herein listed will be
  • Extensive experience in general legal practice with bias for regulatory and compliance matters.


  • Legal advisory and regulatory background
  • Corporate/Commercial law and practice
  • Strong engagement with external stakeholders including regulators
  • Contract and dispute management.
  • Strong Business acumen
  • Legal Research and Interpretation of Statutes


  • Stakeholder Management
  • Good handling of basic Microsoft Office tools
  • Analytical
  • Languages:
    Fluent English, needed for interaction (reading, written, spoken)
  • Strong communication skills
  • Leadership skills
  • Listening skill
  • Financial literacy and knowledge.


How to Apply
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