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Restructuring the Nigerian financial system for stability and development

Bank Directors" Seminar (10th 1994 Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria)

Restructuring the Nigerian financial system for stability and development

papers and proceedings of the Bank Directors" Seminar, 1994.

by Bank Directors" Seminar (10th 1994 Abuja, Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria)

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Published by Financial Institutions Training Centre in Yaba .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria
    • Subjects:
    • Financial institutions -- Nigeria -- Congresses.,
    • Financial services industry -- Nigeria -- Congresses.,
    • Banks and banking -- Nigeria -- Congresses.,
    • Nigeria -- Economic policy -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      ContributionsFinancial Institutions Training Centre.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG187.5.N6 B357 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxii, 128 p. ;22 cm.
      Number of Pages128
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL732929M
      ISBN 10978205514X
      LC Control Number97122759
      OCLC/WorldCa35751553

      Analysis - The financial sector, which is the central nervous system of any economy, is important for the development of any nation. Obinna Chima writes on the imperative of financial system. Yet the assets inventory of Nigerian housing exceeds six trillion dollars. But this is dead capital. If the housing value is indexed to the banking system by massive legal reform of the property law system, we can create an instant credit market with major impact on development.

      The Nigerian Banking System and Environment. The Nigerian banking sector has been in existence right from the colonial era. The fact that Nigeria was a top producer of most of the needed cash crops by the colonial masters, it became an important need for the country to have a proper financial system that will be used in conducting the. the banking, insurance and capital market segments, to propose a composite financial system stability index for the Nigerian Financial System. The two indices proposed capture the episodes of stability and vulnerability in the Nigerian Financial System during the study period. The paper finds signs of instability in the Nigeria’s financial.

      relationship between financial regulation and banking sector development in the country. The trends shows that financial regulation increases the safety, confidence, stability and efficiency in the system. Keywords: Financial regulation, financial system, stability, regulatory model, Nigeria I. INTRODUCTIONFile Size: KB. law. The issue under discourse bothers majorly on Nigerian banking system, supervision and its challenges. Given the current global financial crisis and its effects on all other sectors, this essay provides useful insight into the current state of the Nigerian banks and their corporate governance. It is an obvious point of fact that inCited by: 2.


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What is Restructuring Nigeria. Restructuring Nigeria would make a whole lot of sense if properly understood and implemented. The Nigerian system of government is a centralized government.

In this system of government we have a big powerful central government which controls virtually all the affairs of the state government.

According to the Central Bank of Nigeria research series () the Nigerian financial system refers to a set of rules and regulations and the aggregation of financial arrangements, institutions, agents, that interact with each other and the rest of the world.

Financial System Restructuring, Financial Development and Economic Growth in Nigeria 10 International Journal of Research in Business Studies and Management V4 I12 development and hinder economic growth.

McKinnon () and Shaw () introduced financial. Public Sector, restructuring, Sustainable Development, Governance, Nigeria. Introduction.

Background to the study. The history of Nigerian Public Sector is traceable to the colonial epoch through independence era, military interregnum and towards the restoration of democracy in Nigeria in. This Financial Sector Stability Assessment on Nigeria discusses the macroeconomic performance and structure of the financial system.

Although Nigerian economy experienced both domestic and external shocks in recent years, the economy continued to grow rapidly, achieving more than 7 percent growth each year since The performance of financial institutions has begun to.

Reforms in the Banking System () “Consolidation in the Nigerian Banking System” Central Bank of Nigerian: Annual Report Soludo C.C. Consolidating the Nigerian Banking Industry to Meet the Development Challenges of the 21st Century being an address Delivered to the Special meeting of the Banking Committee.

The Nigerian financial system is made up of two sub sectors; the formal and the informal sub sectors. The formal sub sector comprises of the regulatory bodies, money market, capital market, foreign exchange markets, insurance companies, brokerage firms, deposit money banks (DMBs), development finance and other financial institutions.

The political economy of restructuring the Nigerian federation In their seminal paper on “The Role of Institutions in Growth and Development” (, p.7), Acemoglu and Robinson summarize. Restructuring Educational Goals for National and Economic Development in Nigeria Oghiagbephan, A.D.

(MISPON, MASSE, MCASSON) Lecturer In The Department Of Educational Psychology, College Of Education P.M.B. Warri Abstract: Successful development strategy entails more than just formulating economic policies, investing inFile Size: KB.

The Nigerian financial system experienced a banking crisis inpartly triggered by the global financial crisis and by domestic events. A special examination revealed that 10 banks, accounting for about a third of the banking system assets were either insolvent or undercapitalized.

No issue commands a greater, broader consensus in Nigeria today than the need for restructuring the Nigerian the entire Nigerian socio-cultural-political groups (South West. In the political history of Nigeria, the practice of restructuring the country had always been highly and negatively politicised.

From the creation of Mid West out of Western Region in to the. The Nigerian financial system can be generally categorized into two broad segments: the informal and the formal. The informal sector includes the local money lenders, the cooperatives and a battery of savings associations.

This segment is scantily developed, restricted in outlook and seemingly detached from the formal financial system. The File Size: 80KB. FINANCIAL STABILITY REPORT – DECEMBER ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS List of Major Contributors 1 H. Mahmud (Dr.) Financial Policy and Regulation Department 2 I.

Tukur Ditto 3 V. Ururuka (Dr.) Ditto 4 J. Onojah Ditto 5 J. Gana Ditto 6 M. Baba Ditto 7 H. Audu Ditto 8 J. Mohammed Ditto 9 C.P. Onyekwe Ditto 10 Yemisi Babade Ditto   The OLS (Ordinary Least Square) multiple regression analysis was used with the aid of E-Views to examine the relationship between petroleum profit tax and Nigerian economic growth from to ,using the gross domestic product (GDP), Petroleum Profit Tax (PPT), Inflation (INF) and Exchange rate (EXCH) as by: 1.

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Such problems as highlighted in this paper include: unplanned expansion leading to proliferation of both private and public universities; deterioration of physical facilities Cited by: 3.developed at a particular time of global industrial development and administrative growth; its system and technology are suited to that early age.

Suffice it to note that as at that time, it was a great restructuring. However, the world has moved beyond it. There is now a greater focus onAuthor: Oyetunde Ojo. 10 Nigerian Leaders, 10 Ideas About Restructuring The debate for and against the restructuring of Nigeria has of recent, dominated, more than every other issue, the national discourse.