Risk Management Practices On Bank Co-operate Reporting In Nigeria (a Case Study Of Guaranty Trust Bank Plc Ogui Road Enugu)

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Risk Management Practices on Bank Co-Operate Reporting in Nigeria (A Case Study Of Guaranty Trust Bank Plc Ogui Road Enugu)

ABSTARCT

The nature and role of banks in financial intermediation portray the institution as vulnerable. The primary source of banks fund are deposits from other banks, private customers and other corporate organizations, such deposit, usually short termed are course, legally repayable in full to the depositors on demand in investing the money received. These deposits amount to 12 to 40 times the risk capital provided by the promoter of the bank depending on internal location policy and regulatory environment.

       This study examines the usefulness of adopting systematic methodology for the analysis and control of risk within the banking industry. To accomplish the objective stated above the study will analyze the nature of risk inherent in the Nigeria banking and highlight the existing system for their measurement and control. Commercial banks such as guaranty trust-bank plc will be studied to see how much of risk management procedure are applicable and adopted by the operators in the Nigeria banking industry.

       Finally based on the result of the survey and study earned out, recommendation aimed at proper risk management habit and procedures are made.

       The recommendation essentially, will deal with risk control techniques as major input for efficient and effective management of bank asset/liability.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

Title page       :      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      i

Approval page :     :      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      ii

Dedication  :   :      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      iii

Acknowledgement ::      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      iv

Abstract         ::    :      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      vi

Table of content:    :      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      vii

CHAPTER ONE

Introduction ::      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      1

Background of the study:      :      :      :      :      :            2

1.1      Statement of problem    :      :      :      :      :      :      5

1.2      Objective of the study:   :      :      :      :      :      :      7

1.3      Research question::      :      :      :      :      :      :      8

1.4      Hypothesis:    :      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      8

1.5      Significant of the study::      :      :      :      :      :      9    

1.6      Scope of the study::      :      :      :      :      :      :      11

1.7      Limitation of the study:  :      :      :      :      :      :      11

1.8      Definition of terms::      :      :      :      :      :      :      13

References

CHAPTER TWO

2.0      Review of related literature

2.1      Conception of risk management:   :      :      :      :      16

2.2      Risk defined ::      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      22

2.3      Risk identification:  :      :      :      :      :      :      :      23

2.4      Risk measurement::      :      :      :      :      :      :      27

2.5      Risk control:   :            :      :      :      :      :      :      29

2.6      Some notable aspects of risk management:  :      :      33

2.7      Types of risk:  :      ::    :      :            :      :      :      38

2.7.1 Credit risk:    :                          :      :      :      :      40

2.7.2 Market risk:   :      :      :      :      :      :      :      :      56

References

CHAPTER THREE

3.0      Research Design and methodology

3.1      Research design:    :            :      :            :      :      67

3.2      Area of the study:   :      :            :      :      :      :      68

3.3      Population and sample size determination:   :      :      68

3.4      Research instrumentation:     :      :      :      :      :      70

3.5      Validity and reliability of research instruments :   :      70

3.6      Sources of data:     :            :      :      :      :      :      72

3.7      Methods of investigation:      :      :      :      :      :      :      74

References

CHAPTER FOUR

4.0      Data presentation and analysis of findings

4.1      Presentation and analysis of result:             :      :      :      77

4.2      Test of hypothesis::      :      :            :      :      :      85

CHAPTER FIVE

Summary of findings, conclusion and recommendation

5.1      Summary of findings:    :      :                   :      :      94

5.2      Conclusion:           :      :      :      :      :      :      :      96

5.3      Recommendations::      :      :      :      :      :      :      96

Bibliography

Appendix

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

1.1  BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

Risk is inherent in any walk of life in general and in financial sectors in particular. Until recently, due to regulated environment, bank could not afford to take risk. Banks are exposed to same competition and hence are compelled to encounter various types of financial and non financial risk. Risk and uncertainties form on integral part of banking which by nature entails taking risks. There are three main categories of risk, credit risk, market Risk and operational risk. Author has discussed in detail, main features of these risk as well as some other categories of risk such as Regulatory risk and Environmental risk. Various tools and techniques to manage credit risk, market risk and operational risk and its various component, are also discussed in detail, another has also mentioned relevant points of Basel’s New capital Accord and role of capital adequacy, risk aggregation and capital Allocation and risk. Based supervision (RBS), in managing risk in banking sector.  

As people and nations begin to civilize and develop business started springing up from different corners of the earth creating enough wealth for nations and individuals through the acquisition of a specific medium of exchange known as money which continues to grow if invested, reinvested and safe quarded. As individuals started growing in this financial status there evolved a risk of keeping too much money and valuables in the house and in the emergence of this, banks started coming into existence; firstly, from gold Smith’s safe houses to bank and later known as financial institution whose activities can cut across nations and continents all in the bid to maximize profit through the creation of services and giving of confidence to their customers who bank with them.

       A bank literally means a mould like help and to bank simply means to keep, keep or give but in the case of this work, we are talking of an establishment that is charged with the safe keeping of monies and valuables, the monies and valuables being kept and paid on the customer’s order, primarily. Banks could be generally described as institution caring out the business of receiving money and collecting draft or cheques from customers subject to the obligations of honoring cheques drawn from time to time by the customers to the extent of the amount available in their accounts. The definitions could be reinforced will the decisions of a court of law on a decided case known as united dominions.

       Trust limited Kirkwood (1996) Au E.R. 908 where it was decided that banking is characterized:

a.  The acceptance of money, collection of cheque from customer’s credit

b.  The honoring of orders drawn on the bank by their customers when presented for payment.

c.   The keeping of some current or running account in the books in which the debit and credit are entered.

From the above definition it can be seen that the principal or substantial part of the business consist of receiving money for the credit of the customers which the depositor must with draw on demand by present day financial intermediation is far beyond all this, but for the purposes of this work references in the bank’s functions would be drawn mainly on the risk related activities.

       Banks therefore, generally perform a key function of reducing risk of financial transactions for their customers who place funds with them and borrowers who are able to use these funds. To survive, a bank must develop strategies that is effective enough for the bank to cope with the risks inherent in financial intermediation, including its physical and moral nature prevalent in the banking sector and the Nigerian economic environment as a whole.

       The ability of the banking system to perform it’s tasks efficiently and in harmony with the needs of the public and economic goals set by the monetary authorities depends to a large extent on efficient and effective management of risk inherent in the sector. By risk here I mean the possible outcome of uncertainties, which will result, to losses if allowed to occur.  

1.2     STATEMENT OF PROBLEM

The aim of this research is to identify measure and recommended control tools for the handling of risk that exit in the operations of Nigeria banks. To achieve the above stated goal, this research would attempt to examine the role played by risk management in construction of strategies for the improvement of bank performance (probability).

The relationship between application of risk management tools in general and failure of banks will be investigated along side with necessary corrective measure to be taken. This study will also identify the major sources from which risk and uncertainties may arise in banks and confirm whether

-     Profitability can be achieved by adequate application of risk of management policy.

-     Poor performance of banks as a result of inadequate management of identified risk.

-     The cost of insurance is justified by the degree of loss and uncertainty associated with insured risk.

-     Banking regulations in Nigeria have helped banks in the management of such risk.

-     The levels of awareness of banks management of existing risk control of such are adequate and effective.

    1.3 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY

The general objective of this study is low examine the nature and management of risk on Nigeria banking industry.

-     To find out the influence of effective risk management on the profitability on the banking industry.

-     To evaluate the nature/types of risk in Nigeria banking industry.

-     To ascertain ways of improving risk management policy in Nigeria banking industry

-     To study the risk management policy between the Nigeria banking industry and it’s liquidity.

1.1     RESEARCH QUESTIONS

1.          In which ways would effective risk management affect profitability on the banks?

2.          In which ways would risk management practices affect the liquidity of bank?

3.          How could the measure and control tools in risk management be identified?

4.          To which extent could the employee’s behavior contribute to risk management in Nigeria banking industry?

5.          What strategies could be adopted by banks to improve on their risk management practices?

1.2     HYPOTHESIS

1.          Ho: Effective risk management will affect the profitability of the bank negatively.

Hi: Effective risk management will affect the profitability of the bank positively.

 

 

2.          Ho: Risk management practices will affect the liquidity of the bank negatively.

Hi: Risk management practices will affect the liquidity of the bank positively.

3.          Ho: Identification measures and control tools for handling risk management policy of bank is not obtainable

Hi: Identification measures and control tools for handling risk management policy of banks is obtainable.

4.          Ho: The employers behavior has not contribute the risk management in banking industry.

Hi: The employers behavior has not contribute the risk management in banking industry.

1.6     SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

The researcher considers the study worthy of investigation because to avoid failure; and guaranteed growth given the current wave of deregulation strict completion, “Banks” who are the beneficiaries  must be fully operated preparation entails proper analysis and efficient discharge of their duties.

       Banks due to dynamism of the Nigeria business environment acts in motion. The current African exchange market (AFEM) make risk management necessary for all banks.

       Risk management is a new philosophy in Nigeria banking arena and because of the growing nature of risks. These types of study become timely in order to create awareness in the bank’s management. The study will definitely stimulate research interest and management attention in the area of risk analysis and management.

       The institutionalization of the deposit insurance scheme by decree No. 22 of 1988 which established (NDIC). The Nigerian deposit insurance corporation by the federal government; and subsequent vigour or impetus added by the requirement of the prudential guidelines, emphasizes further the essence of risk analysis and management in Nigerian banks

1.7     SCOPE AND LIMITATION OF THE STUDY

The basic tools of risk management and their application will be covered by the study as they obtain in Nigeria banking industry for a considerable period.

A lot of problems were encountered in the course of this research work but however, a few major ones are as follows:

1.  Time: The fact that one has to deal with other courses of study in addition to project writing, the researcher found the allotted time of writing and submitting this project work to be relatively short and in this situation more research that would have been conducted so as to collect

 

 

more information and data for preparation of this project work were prevented.

2.  Economic Depressions: Due to the serious economic depression inherent in our fragile economy, high cost of stationeries and high transportation experienced due to the recent removal of fuel subsidy in Nigeria. All these did not offer the researcher the opportunity to finance this work on a large scale

3.  Location: The headquarters of most banks apart from a few state owned banks are located far away, this created a lot of difficulties in data collection as most useful data could only be collected at headquarter rather than branches. Therefore, it involved making several trips, which involved financial burden and physical strain.

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