• The Role of Microfinance Banks in the Promotion and Development of Entrepreneurship in Semi Urban and Rural Areas
    By:Ayoola Felix (ayoolafelix@ymail.com) Department of Accountancy , OSun State Polytechnic, Iree, Nigeria. Introduction In Nigeria, credit has been recognised as an essential tool for promoting small and Micro Enterprises (SMEs) About 70 percent of the population are engaged in the informal...
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  • Private Equity in Nigeria
    IV). This is due to the fact that private equity is a fairly new phenomenon in Nigeria. The first private equity fund in Nigeria, a $35 million fund sponsored by Capital Alliance Private Equity (CAPE), was raised in 1998. Nigeria’s banking industry has established the Small and Medium-Scale...
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  • Ethics
    Sector. The banking operation began in Nigeria in 1982 under the control of the expatriates and by 1945, some Nigerians and Africans had established their own banks. The first era of consolidation ever recorded in Nigerian banking industry was between 1959-1969. This was occasioned by bank...
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  • Business Administration
    , these developments in the Nigerian banking industry seem not to have achieved their aims. Queues are still seen in the banking halls, bank customers still handle too much cash, and hardly people talk about the electronic banking products that are available in Nigeria. The problem here is: are...
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  • Capital Market Instruments
    IMPORTANCE OF CAPITAL MARKET AS AN INSTRUMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE REAL SECTOR IN NIGERIA In many countries, Capital market is an engine of economic growth and development... Introduction A capital market is a market for long term debt and equity securities, where business...
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  • Strategic Management
    STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT 1.0 Analysis of Banking Industry in Nigeria. 1419 The Nigerian banking industry is one of the most dynamic and competitive industries in the Country. The role...
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  • Emerging issues in Economics
    Emerging Issues in Economics, Finance and Banking (JEIEFB) An Online International Monthly Journal (ISSN: 2306 367X) Volume:1 No.5 May 2013 for the potential of the industry in Nigeria as it shows that the impact of interest rate is null on the manufacturing sector. The establishment of...
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  • Fraud and Fraudulent Practices in Nigeria Banking Industry
    An International Multi-Disciplinary Journal, Ethiopia Vol. 4 (3b) July, 2010 ISSN 1994-9057 (Print) ISSN 2070-0083 (Online) Fraud and Fraudulent Practices in Nigeria Banking Industry (Pp. 240-256) Owolabi, S. A. - Accounting Department, Babcock University, Nigeria E-mail: emilagab05@yahoo.com...
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  • Electronic Payment of Salaries of Staff to Nigerian Civil Servants Problems and Prospects
    on time. Keywords Electronic payment, Internet Banking, ATM, Debit card, Technology awareness, EFT. TYPE OF PAPER - RESEARCH PAPER INTRODUCTION Over the years, governments in Nigeria have raised alarms on their escalating salaries bills, even in the face of embargos on employment. A...
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  • An Emperical Analysis of the Impact of Financial Sector on Economic Growth in Nigeria
    , the minimum paid-up capital for commercial banks was increased from N2 billion to N25 billion in July 6, 2004 and all the banks are expected to comply on or before December 31, 2005. D. Introduction of Universal Banking In 2001, the Central Bank of Nigeria adopted the universal banking policy thereby...
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  • Motivation in Work Settings: Reflection in the Core Organizational Management Strategy
    branches of the bank in Oyo State was used in order to have a broader view of the general understanding of motivation, its implementation, employer/employees perception and the general caption of what motivation entails in the banking industry in Nigeria. The questionnaire was divided into six sections...
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  • Impact of Information Technology on the Nigerian Banking Sector
    economy. Amidst all these , one cannot contemplate technology apathy in modern banking, first as it is difficult to ignore the low side of the technology revolution in banking industry with particular reference to Zenith Bank Nigeria Plc. This studies the high and the low sides of the impact of IT...
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  • The Causes and Remedy for Bank Distress in Nigeria
    features of distress at an early stage. This will no doubt create sufficient lead-time to apply remediable solution before serious damage is done.   1.0       INTRODUCTION         The financial system of a country, which the banking industry is part, refers to the totality of the regulatory and...
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  • Microfinance
    Journal of Management and Society, Vol. 1, No 2, pp. 51-54, December Edition 2010 Available Online at http://www.lautechtransportmgt.com/journal.html ISSN: 0850-2846© 2010 Academic Journals Full Length Research Paper K INTRODUCTION So many things have changed name in Nigeria in the recent time...
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  • THE ROLE OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL AREAS OF NIGERIA
    activities which will enhance capital formation in Nigeria needed for its real sector investments and industrial growth. Keyword: deposit liability; credit; capital formation. Introduction The Nigerian banking industry is majorly composed of Deposit money banks, development banks and the Central Bank...
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  • Eiya Mabel Clare
    innovation and competition among banks as at the period. The period was characterized by arm-chair banking. However, from 1986, the trend changed with the introduction of SAP and its attendant reform. The impact was felt in the banking industry by way of: 1. Proliferation of banks. 2. The...
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  • Education
    capital market which collapse in to bank and non-bank financial institutions. The regulatory authorities are Central Bank of Nigeria supervising the banking industry which now consists of commercial banks microfinance banks and development banks. Others include the security and exchange commission...
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  • Bank Recapitalisation and Its Effect in the Nigeria Banking Industry
    impacted negatively on Nigerian banking sector performance H1: Banks recapitalisation has impacted positively on the Nigerian banking sector performance 3.2 POPULATION The population encompasses the Nigeria banking industry which is deemed too large to survey. So for the purpose of this...
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  • Impact of Monetary Policy on Nigeria Commercial Banks
    conducting business in Nigeria to b indigenized in the country. This indigenization policy adopted in 1972 and 1977 changed the ownership structure of the banking industry. Under the policy foreign ownership of banking business was put not to be above 40% structure of ownership of commercial banks at 1983...
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  • Examination of the Relevance of Information Technology on Real Estate Professions in Nigeria
    list is by no means exhaustive. In Nigeria today, we are all witnesses to the ongoing ICT revolution in the Nigerian banking industry and the change from the use of manual filing and record keeping methods less than a decade ago to 1 18/02/08 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki...
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