THE PROBLEMS OF NEW BANK IN NIGERIA
TABLE Of CONTENTS
TITLE page ———————————-
Approval page ——————————
Table of contents ——————————-
.1.0 Introductions ——————————–
- Statement of problem ———————-
- Purpose ——————————-
- Significance of the study ———————————-
- Statement of hypothesis ——————————–
- Scope of the study —————————————–
- Limitation of the study ———————————-
- Definition of terms ————————————
2.0 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE —————–
2.1 Function of bank in Nigerian ————————————
- The problem of new banks in Nigerian ——————————
- Withdrawal of government funds from bank Beth commercial and merchant bank ——————————————
- Problem payment of interest on current account ————————
- Problem of Defaults in inter-sale interest ———————————
- Causes of bank failure ————————————
- Management of citizen bank of Nigerian ———————————
- RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLGY——————–
- Sources of duty ——————————–
3.11 Primary duty ——————————–
3.12 Secondary duty ——————————
- Sample used ———————————
- Method of investigation ————————
4.0 DATA PRESENTATION And Analysis ——————-
4.1 Data presentation and analysis ————————–
4.2 Test of hypothesis ——————————–
5.0 Summary Of Findings Conclusion And Recommendation
Government established bank money for development purposes and the vole of banking industry in an economic development cannot be over emphasized. Government owns some banks, for example, first Bank of Nigerian and so on. Both banks. However, banks in Nigerian and other countries of the worlds are established to carry out the following functions;
- Government of loans to customers
- Safeguarding of customers money and some valuable assets such as certificates and so on.
- Management of customers’ investment and advising on insurance matters.
- Providing facilities for the financing of international trade, example documentary credit.
- Creating money by the central bank of that country.
- Mobilization of saving and other deposit.
- Providing advisory services.
- Providing foreign exchange facilities for traders.
- Night safe facilities to customers.
- Agency services to customers who authorized their banks to pay and collect cheques on their behalf.
However, the above function and duties of banks is just to mention but a
few because banking industry is dynamic in nature. It varies on public confidence and due to the influence on the nations economic life, it needs high quality management and organizational structure with which it can attain maximum operating efficiency and profitability .
Since the advert of structural adjustment programme [SAP] and its deregulation –policies , banking industry in Nigeria has been receiving a number of policy shocks and the new banks felt it most . Such policy or guideline include :- The central bank of Nigeria guidelines on reserve requirement and limited capital base for establishment of new banks.
Other direction are the withdrawal of government banks . The payment of interest on current account cancellation of foreign denominated loans . The liberalization of foreign exchange market and the introduction of the controversial national deposit insurance corporation .