Bank Failure in Nigeria – A Critical Appraisal

Bank Failure in Nigeria – A Critical Appraisal

THE CONCEPT OF BAKING FAILURE

Bank Failure in Nigeria – This means the unsuccessfulness in the attempt of archiving any set objective or inspiration. Another variance is the inability, weakness or fault, which prevents the achievement of any set objective or inspiration. [Read more…]

The Stock Exchange Market in Nigeria

The Stock Exchange Market in Nigeria

The Stock Exchange Market in Nigeria- As history puts it, the stock exchange market seen as an apex institutions charged with the responsibility of monitoring the securities trading activities of the non-bank financial institutions in Nigerian was first incorporated an 15th September, 1960 as lagers stock exchange with the aim of a non-profit organization. [Read more…]

Nigerian Capital Market: It’s Importance to Business Organizations

Nigerian Capital Market: It’s Importance to Business Organizations

Nigerian Capital Market – According to Awhaniokohr (1981)” Capital market is defined as the complex of institutions and mechanisms through which  intermediate term funds and long term funds are padded and made available to business, government and individual and instruments already, outstanding and transferred”’. The Key element of the designation can be summarized as follows; the institution and subdivision of the market into primary and secondary market. [Read more…]

Unemployment Problems in Nigeria – Factors that Affect It

Unemployment Problems in Nigeria – Factors that Affect It

Unemployment Problems in Nigeria – The problem of unemployment will reduce, as economics of most developing nations recover from the recent global, recession, while million are likely to remain jobless in spite of the improvement, due to variety of structural reasons. [Read more…]

Mobilization of Domestic Savings for Economic Growth and Development in the Banking Industry

 Mobilization of Domestic Savings for Economic Growth and Development in the Banking Industry

Domestic Financial Resource Mobilization Efforts of The Nigeria Financial System

            The Central Bank of Nigeria has no specific satiation duty / responsibility for domestic financial resources mobilization. However, for the CBN to achieve one of its principle objective i.e to promote monitoring stability and a sound financial system in Nigeria, it performs some functions aimed at promoting financial savings. [Read more…]

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