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A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON FRAUD IN NIGERIAN FINANCIAL INSTITUION

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE
APPROVAL PAGE
DEDICATION
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE
1.1 INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER TWO
2.0 THEORY OF FRAUD
2.1 TYPES OF FRAUD
2.2 CAUSES OF FRAUD
2.3 EFFECTS
2.4 FRAUD AND THE LAW
2.5 INVOLVEMENT OF OUTSIDERS AND INSIDER AND WELL
2.6 ARTICULATED SOLUTIONS OF FRAUD

CHAPTER THREE
3.0 SUMMARY 
3.1 RECOMMENDATION
3.2 CONCLUSION
 BIBLIOGRAPHY

INTRODUCTION

In financial institution, the occurrence of fraud have negative
effect on the economy.  No financial institution is free from fraud, it’s just like an agent of lost annually and millions and billions are lost to fraud steer year after year do to thus effect, it becomes difficult or great for the investors to invest there money in some certain sectors of the economy.
 To make clear explanation of fraud.  Fraud according to Oxford Advance Learners Dictionary of current English written by A.S, Heorriby, that fraud is criminal deception benefit and it also seen as representation of fake document in the name of getting selfish benefit. Fraud is like a parasite, it eats deep into its host thereby threatening it existence.
 The effect of fraud on the Nigeria financial institutions mainly regarded as the life-wire of the nation economy is to say the least devastating fraud cuts across the lengths and breath of the Nigerian financial institutions and has resulted in reducing.
 Sometimes fraud occurs in an organization because of leoptides in their internal security net or careless of some officials.  This provides a reason why some strategic position in an organization should be named with qualified officials.
 Finally, I believe this works is not the end of this problem but it can put or services as a gateway to further the studies of fraud in Nigeria financial institutions.
A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON FRAUD IN NIGERIAN FINANCIAL INSTITUION

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Project ID ACC2549
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    Project ID ACC2549
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 24 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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