For some years back in Nigeria, some banks have not been living up to expectations. During the free banking era, a lot of banks failed and this did not augur well for the economy.
The researcher noted that bank failures had adverse effect on the economy. The study focused attention the general operations of the bank, its operational problems, consequences of bank failures on the business of manufactures and control measure, necessary in checking the incidence for the future development of banks in Nigeria.
Bank failure is the inability of a bank to meet up with its set goals. In the past, banks that failed, did so because of some reasons like inability to honour depositors fund on request, improper accounting records, poor internal control and hunder capitalization.
The study further reviewed the solutions and recommendation for bank failures and future development of bank in Nigeria.
Materials for the study were sohread from secondary sources. This was supplemented with data gotten from text, newspapers, journals, magazines, library and central bank of Nigeria publications.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of contents
1.1Statement of problem
1.2Rationale of the study
1.3Significance of the study
1.4Background of the study
1.5Definition of terms
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
2.2Bank failure and future development of banks (Nigeria experience)
2.4Government participation in banks for future development of banks in Nigeria.
3.3Sources and location of data
3.4Limitation of the study
4.1Presentation of data
4.3Discussion of results
5.1SUMMARY OF THE WORK
5.2Conclusion of the work
5.3Recommendation of the work
BANKING FAILURE AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF BANKS IN NIGERIA
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