BANK FAILURE IN NIGERIA AND MORDERN SYSTEM OF COMPUTER BANKING TO BRING INPROVEMENT.
This project was prompted by obvious dominant bank failure in the Nigeria Economy. The recent urge is to know the extent to which the financial sector affects the economic life of the people. Therefore led to the analysis, which prove the fact and various systems to checkmate the situation.
This project is categorized into positive and negative effect of bank on the basis of their economic contributions, which thus, the negative effect would be highly revealed as a result of the regressional base in the Nigeria economy.
The method of study measure up current abnormalities that exist in the sector using qualitative and quantitative analytical data’s as to attain its objective furthermore the presentation and analysis in chapter four revealed unethical approach in banking system and their effect in managing the system.
Lastly is chapter five which drew conclusion to the project followed by the biography and index
This research work will be carried out using all internal control questionnaire from banks in strategic state in Nigeria like Enugu, Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja. The research has used hypothetical data like chi-square to analyze the quantitative that concern bank fail in Nigeria.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Table of content
Background of the study
1.1 Schedule of banks in Nigeria
1.2 Objectives of bank study
1.3 Justification of the study
1.4 Scope of the study
1.5 Structure of the study
1.6 Structural changes in banks
1.7 Unethical practice in banks
1.8 Effect of unethical practices
1.9 Checkmate of unethical practice
2.0 Legal proceedings on banks
2.1 Large scale fraudulent practices
2.2 Reasons for committing fraud.
2.3 The history of banking in Nigeria
2.4 Foreign based in Nigeria
2.5 Establishment of content bank in Nigeria
2.6 The commercial banks
2.7 Indigenous banks
2.8 Merchant bank
2.9 Community bank.
3.0 Federal Martage bank
3.1 Development banks
3.2 Nigeria Agricultural and cooperative banks
3.3 The Nigeria bank for commerce and industry
3.4 Urban Development bank
3.5 Finance companies
3.6 Insurance companies
3.7 Excess liquidity data
3.8 Structure and growth of banks
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY
3.9 Sample size and sample techniques
4.0 Method of data collection
4.1 Method of data presentation
DATA PRESENATION AND ANALYSIS
4.3 Hypothesis of study I
4.4 Hypothesis of study II
4.5 Hypothesis of study III
4.6 Research Assessment
4.7 Researched Experienced
4.8 Measures to meet standard.
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Bank has been defined in various ways by different people. It is basically a service industry operated by people for the general interest of the public providing a mechanism for the mobilization of finds from surplus units in the economy and channeling them to the deficit units through extension of credits. The link between this surplus and deficit is actually vital because it facilitate business transaction and economic development. As an economic unit. The business enterprises acquires organizes and transforms factors of production in the activity of producing goods and services, the way in which these goods and services or input factors are combined and transformed units an output flow may be considered as problem of maximizing an output from a given input. As a result, the advent of banking institution and its scope limitation was to that business activities findings their expressions in monetary terms.
The banking institution is defined in section 61 of the bank and financial institution decree sub-section 21 of 1991 as a business of receiving cheques, deposits on current accounts saving accounts or other account like paying or collecting cheques drawn by or paid in by customers, provision of finance or such other business or services for the government and the entire economy
1.1 SCHEDULE OF BANKS IN NIGERIA
The banking system in Nigeria is controlled by one body known as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) which serves as a clearing house fro economic purpose. It veins of control in the naming include Commercial Bank, merchant banks, special banks like mortgaged bank, development banks such as Nigeria banks for commerce and industry, Nigeria agricultural and cooperate banks, peoples bank and community banks.
The banking system is a regulated sector of government and we could understand that its nature of activities spelt out the position it occupy in the economy since the funds they lend to deficit units are owned by third parties, therefore prudence on accounting theories and principle4s demands that such funds should be managed properly to sustain the confidence of the depositors. As a result of this prudential requirement, the authorities would want to interven in the operation and control of the banking system to correct all the short coming of the price fixing mechanism in ensuring that what is commercially reserve for an individual bank also approximate social