BANK RECAPITALISATION AND ITS EFFECT ON NIGERIAN BANKING INDUSTRIES A CASE STUDY OF FIRST BANK PLC ABUJA BRANCH


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title Page
Abstract
Table of Contents

CHAPTER ONE:
1.0       Introduction
1.1       Statement of the Problems
1.2       Objective of the Study
1.3       Significance of the Research
1.4       Scope of the Study
1.5       Limitation of the Study
1.6       Definitions of Terms

CHAPTER TWO - REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURES
2.0       Development of Banking Industry in Nigeria
2.1       Types of Banks in Nigeria and their Business
2.2       Distress Syndrome in the Development of Banking in Nig.
2.3       Effects of Distressed Banks on the Nigerian Economy
2.4       Historical Development of Banking Regulations
2.5       The Concept of Capitalization
2.6       Banks Reserves and Why Banks Keep Reserves
2.7       Reasons for Introduction of Bank Capitalization

CHAPTER THREE
3.0       Research Methodology
3.1       Data Collection Techniques
3.2       Justification of the Techniques Used
3.3       Population and Sampling
3.4       Sampling Procedures Used

CHAPTER FOUR - DATA ANALYSIS AND PRESENTATION
4.0       Introduction
4.1       Banks Lending and Credit Administration
4.2       Debt Recovering Process of Banks
4.2.1 Unsecured Debts Recovering
4.2.2 Secured Debts Recovering
4.2.3 Enforcement of Security
4.3       Recapitalization Policy of the Federal Govt. of Nigeria (1997)
4.4       Recapitalization: The need and reason for a stronger capital base
4.5       Recapitalization option
4.6       Problems associated with recapitalization
4.7       Advantages of a strong capital base

CHAPTER FIVE
5.0       Summary
5.1       Conclusion
5.2       Recommendation
Bibliography
Appendix



ABSTRACT


This research is carried out on the problems that have pervaded the Nigerian Banking Industry in the last two decades, which eventually led to distress in the “Herculean” task of recapitalization.


The topic examines recapitalization from the point of distress and its causes in the financial system, taking cognizance of customer’s unwillingness to save and the poor banking habit which is due chiefly to the fact that they have lost confidence in the Nigerian banking industry. The scramble for cash to meet up with the recapitalization requirement is also carefully looked at here.


The study also offer positive suggestion not only as to how they can consolidate their financial position to avoid being caught in a position of unpreparedness for future recapitalization increases.


Lastly, it tries to educate the readers on the ways recapitalization can help to address (if not totally eliminate) the problems in the banking industry and its numerous benefits to the national economy.




CHAPTER ONE


INTRODUCTION


It is widely recognized that the financial system plays a vital role in the economic development of any country. This is done basically through certain institutions in the system, which include such sectors like the banks who are mostly concerned with separating the savings and investment function within the economy. Such that those that save at any particular time need not be those that have to invest at that same particular time. Therefore the financial system includes the banking institutions, which are very important in the payment and collecting systems.


An efficient financial system is very important and widely accepted as a necessary condition for the effective functioning of a nation=s economy. A responsive banking system is Central to the attainment of a sound economic base and its economic performance has far reaching political implications.


Banks facilitates economic transactions between various national and international units financial sector is usually aimed at ensuring a safe and sound system where depositors are protected.


The banking industry in Nigeria has been marked by periods of good and bad fortune, chequered and battered from the early periods of the introduction of banking culture. The periods between 1947 and 1952 witnessed rapid growth of indigenous banks in Nigeria. This increase in the number of indigenous banks, was followed also by a high rate of failure of such banks. By 1954, twenty one (21) out of the twenty five (25 banks established and operating in Nigeria had closed their doors or failed. The failures were attributed mainly to mismanagement of the banks, lack of adequate capital and inexperienced personnel. The country does not have a central bank at that time to monitor the.....

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