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Effect Of Bad Debt Management On Money Deposit Banks In Nigeria

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Among the industrial sectors in Nigeria today, banking sector arouses the public interest most it is the most visible and of the fastest growing section in the economy a past from the fact that the monetary of every public guideline document issued by the central bank of Nigeria in January of every tear regulates the activities of the entire economy the banking sectors is responsible for carrying out most of the policy issued to frequent controls and reputations.

TABLE OF CONTENT

Title page

Certification

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Table of content

CHAPTER ONE

1.0  Introduction

1.1  Statement of the Problem

1.2  Research Question

1.3  Objectives of the Study

1.4  Research Hypothesis.

1.5  Definition of Terms

1.6  Plan of the Study

CHAPTER TWO

2.0 Literary Review

2.1  Meaning of Bad Debt

2.2  Management of Bad Debt of Nigeria Money Deposit Bank in Nigeria.

2.3Effects of bad and doubtful debt on Nigeria Money Deposit Banks in Nigeria.

2.4  Risk Analysis on Money Deposit Bank in Nigeria

CHAPTER THREE

3.0  Research Methodology

3.1  Sources of data

3.2  Population of the Study

3.3  Sample Size

3.4  Methods of Data Collection

3.5  Methods of Data Analysis.

3.6  Limitations of the Study

3.7 CHAPTER FOUR

4.0 Data Presentation, Analysis and Interpretation

4.1 Data Presentation of Result

4.2 Data Analysis

4.3 Test of Hypothesis

General Statement of the Hypothesis

4.4 Interpretations of results.

CHAPTER FIVE

5.0 Summary, Conclusion and Recommendation

5.1Summary

5.2 Conclusion

5.3 Recommendation

CHAPTER ONE

1.0   INTRODUCTION     

Among the industrial sectors in Nigeria today, banking sector arouses the public interest most it is the most visible and of the fastest growing section in the economy a past from the fact that the monetary of every public guideline document issued by the central bank of Nigeria in January of every tear regulates the activities of the entire economy the banking sectors is responsible for carrying out most of the policy issued to frequent controls and reputations.

In  popular jargon, the banking sectors has become one of the most critical sectors and commanding height of the economy with wide implications on the level and direction of economic growth and transformation and such sensitive issues as the rates of unemployment and inflation which directly affect the lives of the people banking sector is without doubt of the fastest growing industries in the country today from total 26 in 1980 the number of commercial and merchant banks in the country growing steadily to 40 in 1985 where it stabilized until it increase to about 49 in 1987 beginning from 1987 and following the introduction of structural adjustment programme (SAP) in 1986 there had been a rapid growth in the number of bank increased by 15 i.e 30% to reach 66 and additional 15 joined it in 1989 which witnessed 21 new merchants to bring the total number of commercial and merchant bank to 102.

Before the government placed temporary ban on the opening of banks in 1991 there was not less than 125 bank operating in the country from N12 million and N20 million for merchant and commercial bank respectively paid up capital increased to N40 million and N50 million one notable implication from the development is the sudden rise in the volume of bad doubtful account which bank are compelled to carry in their books the increasing number of this problem loans had been on granted challenges facing in particular the old generation of bank usually reffered to as the “Big three First Bank of Nigeria Plc. The Union Bank of Africa Plc.

The problem posed by carrying large volume of bad loans or non-performing accounts was not fully recognized until in November 1990 when the central bank introduced the prudential guidelines in line with the general standard all over the world to ask the in the country assess themselves filling thereby determine how wealthy or prudent they are in their loan credit management.

 

Most banks cannot unequivocally declare that they have been introduced by problem loan. Certainly, it is a way of life in those tumultuous times of banking that virtually every one of them if faced problem or so-called works out loans.

Another important reason is to decline in the economic fortune which gripped the Nigeria economy.

1.1   STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM  

The researcher therefore would like

  1. What are the causes of bad debt?
  2. Why provisions for bad debt are made?
  3. How bad debts are written off?
  4. How banks are financial institutions managing bad debt?
  5. How banks estimate provision for bad debt?

1.2   RESEARCH QUESTION 

How can bank manage a bad debt?

  1. What is the effect of bad and doubtful debts
  2. What is the effect of rising machine of bad debts on bank operation?
  3. Can bad debt affect the profit making of bank?
  4. What are the signs to know when loan is going bad?
  5. What are the factors to consider when granting loan?

1.3   OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY    

The broadax objectives of the study are to analysis the effects to rising machine of bad debts on banking operation since 1986 when the federal government adopted SAP. The focus on how to mange loans and reclaim the collateral assets securing them. In specific terms the study will inquire into the rising waves of bad doubtful account in our banks in general and First Bank Nigeria Plc in particular the aim is to determine the share of the major actors or factor in granting a loan.
a. Other customer
b. The banks and
c.The government or the economic environment.

Secondly, the study will examine impact of the prudential guidelines on the management of loans by banks since 1990 when the guidelines came into effect. What impact it has produces on the reporting system of bank. Before and after prudential guidelines and finally draw some policy lessons and predictions for the future.

Finally, the study will aspire to provide the essential strategies that may be used for loan recovery once a debtor enters bankruptcy.

1.4   RESEARCH HYPOTHSIS

The general hypothesis to be tested in the study

Ho = Bad debt will not have positive impact on Nigeria money deposit bank.

Hi = Bad debt will have positive impact on the Nigeria money deposit bank.

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