AUTHOR: AROH, NNAEDOZIE OKAY
DEPARTMENT: BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
AFFILIATION: NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNIVERSITY, AWKA
This study is titled “Appraisal of the Adequacy of Regulatory Measures in the banking, Industry”, a contemporary and topical issue given the spate of regulatory measures within the banking industry and the seeming inability of same to curb the still prevalent incidence of distress. In carrying the investigation, a sample survey method was developed to gather data from a sample of our population of study which encompassed the principal operators in the Examination and Audi-Departments of the major Bank Regulators namely CBN and NDIC as well as a commercial Bank. Simple percentage and frequency Tables were used as instrument of analysis and presentation of data collected and reviewed. The study found that the regulatory measures and framework are essentially adequate; albeit, discipline to ensure adherence to regulations by Bank Operators and political will by the Regulators to enforce same to the late against offenders still leaves more to be desired. It was also found that emphasis should lie more on the effectiveness of Regulatory measures put in place by the Regulatory organs as opposed to the share size and number of regulations churned out.
TO VIEW THE FULL CONTENT OF THIS DOCUMENT, PLEASE VISIT THE UNIZIK LIBRARY WEBSITE USING THIS LINK, http://naulibrary.org/dglibrary/admin/book_directory/Thesis/10975.pdf
Tags: Bank Distress, Bank Regulation, BOFI Decree 25, Business Administration-Thesis-2002, CBN, CBN Decree 25, Central Bank-Monetary Policy, Demonetization, Distress Management, Domestic Monetary Policy, Indigenization Decree- 1972-1987, Market Failure, Moral Suasion, NDIC Decree 22, Nigerian Banking Industry Evolution