Credit Management And Bank Lending (a Case Study Of Hallmark Bank Ltd In Nigerian)

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CREDIT MANAGEMENT AND BANK LENDING

(A CASE STUDY OF HALLMARK BANK LTD IN NIGERIAN)

ABSTRACT

 

Commercial bank are profit-making venture and as such they share with other business the same set of expectation concerning the health of the economy.

          It is in the light of this that they make loans available to borrowers on interest, which is a source of profit to them. Along side the growth of the credit sector is the growth of the bad debt among other to poor credit management.

The hallmark bank limited like most other bank has recorded a high inadence of bad debt and has one of the years declared loss in 1994. The bank purpose is to find out the cause of the bad debt and suggest the possible solution to the bank poor credit management.

In order to archive the objective, the writer set out some hypothesis which were tested with the following; statistical techniques, sample percentage, chi-square, (Yates’s correction method) and candells coefficient of concordance . The information requirements for this research were generated from the secondary data and primary source through the use of questionnaire.

The hallmark bank limited, which is essentially a private bank, has been confronted by a lot of problem, which is responsible for his poor credit management as revealed by the writer’s analysis. It is shown that the bank has inadequate credit assessment and control mechanism. The analysis shows that there is a significant relationship between the level of loan granted by the bank and the profit made. The bank granted considerable amount of unsecured loans, which pared way for high level of default, which characterized it. Giving this problem that are face by the bank, the writer made some recommendation amongst others

1.     That the bank be changed to a public liability company

2.     The bank should adopt a planning strategy to forecast and predict their business and behavioral element, which causes bad debt.

3.     Men of integrity should be offered job in the bank

4.     The board of directors should reduce to minimum, there interference I the process of loan administration.

 

 

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGES

 

Title page

Certification

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Abstract

Able of content

List of tables

   

CHAPTER ONE:

1.0     Introduction

1.1            Statement of problem

1.2            Purpose of study

1.3            Research questions

1.4            Hypotheses

1.5            Limitation of study

1.6            Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO:

2.1   Literature review

2.2   Introduction

2.3   historical background of commercial banking in Nigeria, operations/          banking lending

2.4             History of commercial banks in Nigeria

2.5            The history of lending /concept of lending.

2.6            Lending principles and practice.

2.7            Constraint to commercial bank lending.

2.8            The economic importance of credit

2.9            Management of lending.

2.10       Bad debt and credit management.

2.11       Credit management.

2.12       The confrontational measures.

 

 

 

 

CHAPTER THREE:

Methodology:

Introduction.

Area of coverage. 

Sample plan.

Data analysis techniques

Limitation of the study.

 

CHAPTER FOUR:

 

4.1     Data presentation, analysis and interpretation.

4.2            Introduction.

4.3            Analysis of data.

4.4            Testing of hypothesis

4.5            Interpretation.

 

 

 

 

CHAPTER FIVE:

5.1 Summary of findings, conclusion and recommendations

5.2            Findings.

5.3            Conclusion.

5.4            Recommendation.

 

Bibliography

Appendix: questionnaire.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LIST OF TABLE QUESTION

 

            Response to question 3 in the questionnaire 

4.2 Response to question 5 in the questionnaire 

4.3 Response to question 7 in the questionnaire 

4.4 Response to question 8 in the questionnaire 

4.5 Response to question 9 in the questionnaire 

4.6 Response to question 10 in the questionnaire 

4.7 Response to question 11 in the questionnaire 

4.8 Response to question 12 in the questionnaire 

4.9 Response to question 14 in the questionnaire 

4.10 Response to question 15 in the questionnaire 

4.11 testing of hypothesis I

4.11 testing of hypothesis II

4.11 testing of hypothesis III

4.11 testing of hypothesis IV

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

 

1.0 INTRODUCTION

Financial are procedure for preparing according to and reporting reliable information concerning transaction.

Financial resource in any economy should be adequately be mobilized, taking into consideration the crucial role of finance in the economic development.

Nwankwo (1993:p.2) stated that finance resourced have been considered a very important factor in the economy development.

Consequently, the mobilization of resource has been defining a criteria in the achievement of rapid econ0mic growth in any economy. The first step for resources mobilization for the development purpose if the mobilization of financial resources, which will lead to the capital formation. Capital formation required the release for domestic goods and service for real investment or the import of resources form outside or both.

Ojo and Adewumi (1989:P.10) . They emphasized the role of financial resources and pointing out that the finical institution offers an efficient institutional mechanism through which resource can be mobilized and directed to less essential use for more productive alternatives. The writer contention here is that the efficiency of any financial system particularly in a developing economy like Nigeria depends on the extent of which the financial information role is effectively and efficiently discharge with reference to the economic good of the country and the objective of the institution itself.

According to Racheal 91984:p.478) , the primary function of the commercial bank is the extension of credit to worthy borrowers . it has been noted that commercial bank is the most important institution n the mobilization of funds.

That further more Khat Khate and Racheal (1984:p.516) , while enacting the importance of resource mobilization stated that commercial bank are the most relevant institution in the developing countries to encourage and mobilize savings and also to charnel such saving into a productive investment . First because of their network of office , second because commercial bank through normal credit operation often activate savings which are lying idle elsewhere and third because the bank are highly liquid and thus attract savers.

Oji (1984: P9), projected at Nigerian case opined that, the commercial banking system be used as a representative since it constitute the largest single component of about 85% of all the institutional savings in the system. Mayor (1982:P 13) further stressed that there are two main reasons why the commercial banking system is the most important financial intermediary.

Firstly the total amount of deposit in the commercial banking system has the capacity to create deposit demand resulting from lending activities.

Since demand deposit constitutes a large sum of the money supplied, the banking system is able to expand the nation supply of money. The consent that commercial bank need liquid asset especially the short term asset that an be converted into cash loan accordant to him constitute the largest amount of asset

Good bank lending ensure high profit level, ensure greater return and have underscore of meeting the social responsibility to he benefit of the society while in the other way bank lending can affect the bank negatively in various way fir instance, it might take a great chance of their annual profit which the bank need to stay in business with . This and the indiscriminate extension of loan although within the credit guideline without proper

 

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