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Title page i
Approval page ii
Table of content vii
1.0 Introduction 1
1.1 General overview of study 1
1.2 Statement of problem 3
1.3 Objectives of the study 3
1.4 Scope of the study 4
1.5 Research question 4
1.6 Significance of the study 5
1.7 Limitation of study 6
1.8 Definition of terms 6
2.1 Background of banking 10
2.2 Definition of distress 14
2.3 Conceptual issues in distress management 18
2.4 Extent and implication of distress 21
2.5 Causes of financial sector distress 25
2.6 References 37
3.1 Research design 38
3.2 Data collection sources
And their reliability 39
3.3 Research population 40
3.4 Sampling method 40
3.5 Method of data analysis 40
3.6 Simple percentage 41
4.1 Data presentation 42
4.2 Data analysis 46
5.1 Summary 49
5.2 Conclusion 49
5.3 Recommendation 50
1.1 GENERAL OVERVIEW OF THE STUDY
Financial sector distress is neither new nor peculiar to Nigeria. in fact, the phenomenon is almost as old as the industry. In spite of their best endeavors, financial sector distresses still occur in older banking societies like Britain, America, Spain, Indonesia and many others even all the moment (Cologun 1993 313. this assertion is the giving the fact that financial sector distress especially in banks occurred in Nigeria in the mid 50s when a total of 185 banks were reportedly established between 1947 and 1952 of which many of them failed (Nwankwo 1982 pg 47-48) the celebrated failure of Baccl-bank of credit and commerce international of U.S.A. In 1992 and the collapse of Britain’s 233 old barring bank in 1995 after a loss of $ 1billion (about N100 billion) are evidences that financial sector distress is rather new peculiar to Nigeria service.
The last few years been both traumatic and revolutionary for the Nigeria banking industry accustomed to steady profits and little or no problems since 1959 when the CBN was established, the industry has in recent lines produced the largest number of technically insolvent and undercapitalized banks. Currently, the magnitude of distress in the nations banking industry has reached an unperceived level thereby making it an issue of concern to the government, the regulatory authorities, the banker and general public service.
It should be noted that the banking system already in distress by the line the NDIC was established by then, about seven banks were known to be technically insolvent. The government at that time, did not embark upon a creasing exercise that would have removed the distress institution from the system because it was faired that such an action would lead to loss of public confidence and flight of foreign capital more which was no deposit insurance institution to expeditiously manage such bank.
This project is entitled distress management and prevention strategies for the Nigerian banking system. The last few years, no doubt Nigerian banking industry as a result of the harsh economic environment.
Although some level of success could be said to have been recorded in the last one of half years, especially in the area of macro economic stability, available records, however, have continued to show that the economic environment in which insured banks have been operating is very difficult one.
It should be noted that no matter the number of banks established without effective supervisory financial control, the objective would be deflated and subsequence bank winds up.
The aim of this study is to prevent distressed bank management of Nigerian banking system. In realizing these objectives should be.
1.1 Change of management
1.2 Assumption of control and management
1.3 Liquidation of distressed banks
1.4 Suspension of banking license
The study will occur a general review of the distress and management prevention strategies for the Nigerian banking system. And it will be elaborated in a way that one will understand it.
1.5 RESEARCH QUESTIONS
The researchable question to be considered your research question should be measurable
1.6. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
This research is the useful for success to the student in department of banking and finance and also for banking industries in Nigerian economy. For the management of distress in the economic financial sector for promotion of maximum efficiency and full capacity utilization finance. It is therefore meant for consumption of.
Some limitations I encountered is the problem of searching for a research topic and looking for the head of the department to approve the topic and the problem of finance on my on way had delayed this work to be finished in time.
The study has another limitation which is distance transportation, the problem has become the researcher would visit some of the banks that were located far apart to interview the managers and employers.
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