The purpose of this study was to determine the impact of supervision on effective bank management with reference to UBA Plc main branch Enugu. To guide this study four research questions and four hypothesis were formulated. A review of literature was done to ensure solid conclusion for the study. A structured questionnaires was developed and administered by the researcher to forty- three respondents made up of thirty-two senior staff and eleven junior staff of UAB main branch A liker type four point scale was used in determining positive (2.50 and above) and negative 2.49 and below responses mean and standard deviation were used in analyzing research question while t-test statistics was used to test hypotheses therein.
Based on the above some of the major findings include:
That there is adequate human and non human resources for effective operation in UBA.
That there is occurrence of bad debt due to unrecoverable loans and other malpractices.
That frequent retrenchment and rationalization of staff affect the operation and performance of the bank.
That poor treasury management and underutilization of audit techniques affect the operation of UBA.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Table of content
List of tables
1.1 Background of the study
1.2 Statement of problems
1.3 Purpose of the study
1.4 Delimitation of the study
1.5 Research question
1.7 The significance of the study
2.1 Concepts and purpose of supervision
2.2 Organization and management strategies in the banking industry
2.3 Developing effectiveness in supervision
2.4 Summary of related review literature
3.1 Resaerch design
3.2 Area of study
3.3 Population of the study
3.3.1 Sample and sampling procedure
3.4 Instrument for data collection
3.5 Validation of the instrument
3.5.1 Reliability of the instruments
3.6 Method of data collection
3.7 Method of data analysis
Data Presentation And Results
4.1 Summary of the results.
Discussion implication conclusion and recommendations
5.1 Discussion of the result of the study
5.3 Implication of the research findings
5.5 Suggestion for further studies
5.6 Limitation of the study