THE IMPACT OF MONETARY POLICIES ON NIGERIA COMMERCIAL BANK (A CASE STUDY OF ZENITH BANK P.L.C)
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The economic policies or interpretation of such policies has always left a key question unanswered, how much authorities do such policies allow the banks to use their powers to lend, to make remarkable impact in the overall economic situation in the country. Like in banks in most developing economic (Nigeria inclusive) the role of providing advice and issuing financial directives lies in the ministry of finance, the Nigeria deposit insurance corporation and the central bank of Nigeria. The federal government relies on these institution for the proper functioning of banks through their monetary policies, which could be concretionary or expansionary. This invariably affects the commercial banks etc. hence the need for this study. The Zenith Bank Plc has been chosen in this regard and except where specified individually, banks becomes the terminsnolyg. In this study,indepth study is made on how the Apex Bank, the CBN’s financial monetary policies and how it affects commercial banks. Chapter one of the study deals on the back ground, study of the problems. Statement of hypothesis and what significant of the study is. Second chapter studies the literature used. The chapter three emphasis on the techniques and sample collection and questionnaire chapter four presentation of data analysis of the data and the interpretation of finding the last chapter five elucidates on the findings and solutions were proffered. Hence given rise to conclusion.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Table of contents
Background of the study
Statement of problems
Objective of the study
Significance of the study
Statement of hypothesis
Scope and limitation of study
Definition of terms
2004 monetary policy and the introduction of N25 billion capital base. 2.2
Monetary and credit policy measure in 2012
Framework for determining bank cost of funds
National saving certificate
Federal government development stocks
Minimum balance on loan saving account
Policy on SMES
CBN rediscounting and refinancing
Characteristics of promissory note
Paid up capital requirement
Improvement in the payment system
Universal banking practice
Basic principles of commercial banks credit
Credit policies of commercial banks
Factors that determine credit policies in Nigeria
Capital position of the banks
Liquidity and profitability
Impact of CBN monetary policy on banks profit.
Research design and methodology
sample survey method
Population sample for the study
Sources of data collection
Data analysis, interpretation
List of hypothesis
Findings conclusion and recommendation
Summary of findings
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Most banking activities are directed...
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Oleka C. (2000) Central Banking in Developing Nations Enugu: Onye Ventures Production.
Okpe I. (2001) Nigeria Companies Taxation Enugu: Ochumba Printing and Publishers.
Paton G.P (1949)Report on Bank and Banking in Nigeria Enugu: Seasonal Publications.
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