Intermediate And Long Term Financing In Nigeria (a Case Study Of Capital Market)

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INTERMEDIATE AND LONG TERM FINANCING IN NIGERIA

(A CASE STUDY OF CAPITAL MARKET)

TABLE OF CONTENT

Cover page

Title page

Dedication

Certification

Approval

Acknowledgment

Abstract

Table of content

 

CHAPTER ONE

1.0            Introduction

1.1     Background of the study

1.2            Statement of the problem

1.3            Scope of the study

1.4            The research objectives

1.5            Research hypothesis

1.6            Significant of the study

1.7            Definition of terms

 

CHAPTER TWO

Literature review

2.1            Introduction

2.1            Definition of Nigerian stock exchange

2.1.1    Basic requirement

2.1.2    Objectives of Lagos stock exchange

2.2            The securities and exchange commission

2.2.1    Composition of the commission

2.3            The central bank of Nigeria

2.3.1    Objectives of the bank

2.4            Development banks

2.4.1    The Nigeria industrial development bank

2.4.2    The Nigeria bank for commerce and industry

2.4.3    The federal mortgage bank of Nigeria.

2.4.4    Merchant bank

2.4.5    The growth of the capital market

CHAPTER THREE

Research methodology

3.0     Introduction

3.1     Population sample

3.2            Instruments for data collection

3.2.1    Primary data

3.2.2    Secondary data

3.3.         Method used in analyzing data

 

 

CHAPTER FOUR

Data presentation and analysis

4.1            Introduction

4.2            Analysis of results

4.3            Hypothesis testing

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHAPTER FIVE

Summary of research, conclusion  & recommendation.

5.0            Introduction

5.1     Summary of research

5.2            Conclusion

5.3            Recommendation

Bibliography


CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

A country must invest to build up productive capacity for growth to occur. It is this capacity that determines the level of output of goods and services in the economy. If investment which represents the net increase in an economy’s’ capital stock, leads to growth then there is relationship between capital accumulation and economic growth when sustain growth has occurred. It is expected that over time with appropriate policies that allow for more equitable distribution of income among a progressive larger percentage of the population, economic development would follow.

Hence, the fact that capital is needed for economic growth is not disputable.

 

1.1     BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

In the early 1980’s the analyst frame work on which standard structural adjustment programmes of the world bank and IMF was drawn, placed tremendous resources in self sustained growth process. So every country needs capital to grow. The possession of relatively small stocks of various kinds of capital is a characteristic of under developed were as the condition of being developed means having accumulated established, efficient social and economic mechanism for maintaining and increasing large stocks of capital per head in various forms.

Therefore for under developed economy, a country’s capital stock will only contribute to the economic growth. If its investments are productive in this respect, the domestic economy must provide the right policy environment incentives and stability that can sustain and encourage the required flow of savings from the surplus spending units and then into long-term investment that will enhance productive capacity. The capital market contributes to the mobilization of savings by providing a variety of market instrument for the holding of financial assets in the economy. While improving opportunities for business to obtain equities and long term loans, which encourage long term productive investments.

Savings and investments are carried out by two distinct groups of people, thus the need for some form of medication, various types of financial institution the stock exchange, issuing houses, stock brokers, share registrars share distribution agents (commercial banks) institutions investors (merchant banks) Nigeria enterprises promotion board, (NEPB) Nigeria security and exchange

 

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