THE IMPACT OF THE NIGERIAN DEPOSIT CORPORATION (NDIC) ON THE OPERATIONS OF THE NIGERIA BANKING INDUSTRY

ABSTRACT
     The study is an empirical analysis of the impact of The Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation of the Nigerian Banking Industry. The broad objective of this study is to determine how the NDIC has aided the operations of banks. Extensive field survey and library research was carried out and data collected were subjected to thorough analysis. Questionnaires were distributed to respective respondents so as to get their views. The percentage method of data analysis was however used to analyze the data. The findings show that the supervisory function of the Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation is not sufficient to guarantee effective banking practices in Nigeria. The need to increase the maximum insurance coverage due to the effect of the inflation and persistent fall in the value of the Naira, the need to disclose transactions continuously to ensure financial prudence through regular supervision and monitoring of the financial health of local banks etc. The conclusion/recommendations are as follows; banking laws, rules and regulations should be harmonized by the CBSA for the adoption and execution by all licensed banking institutions. The CBSA, which should have an administrative secretariat should meet quarterly, if not more frequently etc.

CHAPTER ONE
1.0      INTRODUCTION
1.1      BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
       The banking sector in an economy serves as a catalyst for growth and for development. Banks are able to perform this role through their crucial functions of financial intermediation, provision of an efficient payments system and facilitating the implementation of monetary policies. It is not surprising therefore, that governments the world over attempt to evolve an efficient banking system, not only for the promotion of efficient intermediation, but also for the protection of depositors, encouragement of efficient, competition, maintenance of public confidence in the system stability and protection against systemic risks and collapse.
       Worldwide, the banking business is highly regulated. This is because of the pivotal position the financial industry occupies in most economies. An efficient system, it is widely accepted, and is a sine qua non for efficient functioning of a nation’s economy. Thus, for the industry to be efficient, it must be regulated and supervised in view of the failure of the market system to recognize social rationality and the tendency for market participants to take undue risks which could impair the stability and solvency of their institutions.
       According to Iwuchukwu (2013), Regulation and supervision of banks remain an integral part of the mechanism for ensuring safe and sound banking practice. At the apex of the regulatory and supervisory framework for the banking industry is the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). The Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) however, exercises shared responsibility with the Central Bank of Nigeria for the supervision of insured banks. Active co-operation exists between these two agencies on both the focus and modality for regulating and supervising insured banks. This is exemplified in the coordinated formulation of supervisory strategies and surveillance on the activities of the insured banks, elimination of supervisory overlap, establishment of a credible data management and information sharing system.
     However, bank supervision entails on-site examination of the institutions and off-site analysis of periodically rendered prudential returns, a process called off-site surveillance. The two activities are mutually reinforcing and designed to timely identify and diagnose emerging problems in individual banks with a view to prescribing the most efficient resolution options.

     In line with prevailing international standards, this agency (NDIC) has continued to emphasize risk focused bank supervision in Nigeria. Similarly, it has developed twenty-five (25) core principles for effective banking supervision as enunciated by the Basle committee on banking supervision as the pivot of the framework for bank supervision. Okafor (2011) noted that it is worthy to note that, what is currently happening in Nigeria does not differ widely from what happened in other nations. Over the years, and specifically since when the first banking ordinance was promulgated, several other statutes have also been put in place to serve as legal backbone for the actions of the monetary authorities in regulating the banking industry.

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