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Effect Of Bank Merger And Acquisition On Small Business Lending In Nigeria (A Study Of Gtb And Uba In Nigeria)

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ABSTRACT
The study is on “the effect of bank merger and acquisition on small business lending in Nigeria”. The researcher set to explain the effect of merger and acquisition on bank lending behavior the effect is divided into four. One is the static effect and the other three are types of dynamic effect; restructuring effect, direct effect and external effect. Entangling these four effects allowed us to identify how mergers and acquisition affect small business lending. The data was collected using secondary data and multiple regression technique was adopted in analyzing the model. The following are our summarized findings; static effect, it is evident that the larger the size of a bank by M&A, the more it tends to lend to small businesses; restructuring effect, change in banking focus, resulting in poor lending to small businesses even with M&A; it also revealed a poor reaction of other lenders besides micro-financial institution in the local market to opportunities created by the restructuring and direct effect of M&A is good for the economics development of Nigeria. It is recommended that measures be put in place to enable existing banks in the country to increase in size or capital base so that the banks can make more funds available for small business lending. Key players in the banking sector should consider both the static and dynamic effects of bank merger and acquisition should the need arise to consolidate the sector again in the near future. Government through the central bank of Nigeria should examine the policy of already consolidated banks to ensure the banks do not change its focus away from providing adequate loan facility to small businesses. Cooperative societies and other non-banking institution should be sensitized to lend fund to small businesses in their localities as this measure can held grow our economic.The researcher believes that his methodology represents an extension of the existing research literature that may be usefully applied elsewhere. In particular, the inclusion of the static and dynamic effects of all of the major types of bank ownership in the model is important to avoid potentially biased and misleading results. 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Title page i
Declaration ii
Certification iii
Dedication iv
Acknowledgement v
Table of content vi
List of tables vii
Abstract xi

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
11. Background to the study 1
1.2 Statement of problem 5
1.3 Objectives of the study 8
1.4 Research questions 9
1.5 Research hypotheses 10
1.6 Scope of the study 10
1.7 Significance of the study 11
1.8 Organization of the Study 13
1.9 Definitions of terms 14

CHAPTER TWO
LITERATURE REVIEW AND THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
2.1 The concept of merger and acquisition       18
2.2 Theoretical framework 23
2.2.1 Bank capital channel model 23
2.2.2 Capital constraint model 24
2.2.3 The lifecycle approach 25
2.2.4 The pecking order theory 25
2.2.5 Agency theory 26
2.3 History of Mergers and Acquisition In Nigeria 27
2.4 Reasons for mergers and acquisition 29
2.5 The role of banking system in the economy 36
2.6 Rationales for banking system reform in Nigeria 38
2.7 Benefit of mergers and acquisition of the Nigerian banking system 40
2.8 Challenges of bank mergers and acquisitions 43
2.9 Financial situations of banks and small and medium 
Businesses in Nigeria 46
2.10 Banks’ lending policies towards small and medium
Enterprises 52
2.11 Critical factors influencing banks’ lending to small and 55
2.12 The effect of bank merger and acquisition on small 57
2.12.1The four effects of merger and acquisition on bank 62

CHAPTER THREE
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.1Research design 69
3.2 Methods of data collection and data sources 70
3.3 Limitations of the study 71
3.4 Model Specification 71
3.5 Estimation technique and validation 73

 CHAPTER FOUR
DATA PRESENTATION, ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION OF FINDINGS
4.1 Data Presentation 77
4.2 Analysis of data 89
4.2.1 Analysis of regression results of the impact of bank 89
4.2.2 Analysis of regression results of the impact of bank deposit on small business lending using
Pre-merged data of STB (Static effect) 91
4.2.3 Analysis of regression results of the impact of bank deposit on small business lending using pre-merged
 data of UBA/STB (static effect) 93
4.2.4 Analysis of regression results of the impact of bank deposit on small business lending using
Pre-merged data of GTB (static effect) 93
4.2.5 Analysis of regression results of the  dynamic effect of
merger and acquisition on small business lending. 94
4.3 Test of Hypotheses 97
4.3.1 HypothesisI 97
4.3.2 Hypothesis ii 97
4.3.3 Hypothesis iii 98
4.3.4 Hypothesisiv 98
4.4 Discussions of findings 99

CHAPTER FIVE
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 Summary of findings 101
5.2 Conclusion 101
5.3    Recommendations        102
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    Project ID BAM2610
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 116 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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