Nigeria Commercial Banks Distress, Causes Effects and Solutions

Nigeria Commercial Banks Distress, Causes Effects and Solutions

In our review of related literature, we have taken note that the bank distress and bank failures are not new phenomena in the history of banking. [Read more…]

The Impact of Effective Management Information System on the Performance of Fidelity Bank

The Impact of Effective Management Information System on the Performance of Fidelity Bank

What is management information system? Management information system is a system hat provides information needed to manage organization effectively. It is regarded to be a subset of the over all internal controls procedure in a business, which covers the application of people, documents, technologies and procedures used by management to solve business problems such as costing  a product service or a business wide strategy. [Read more…]

The Impact of Enhanced Customer Service on the Growth and Profitability of Banks

The Impact of Enhanced Customer Service on the Growth and Profitability of Banks (A Case Study Of Union Bank Of Nigeria Plc)

According to Wagner (2004; pp-45), Customer Service is about satisfying your Customers’ expectations and reducing the stress options for doing business with you. [Read more…]

Effect Of Corporate Governance And External Auditor’s Report In Non-Financial Institution

Effect Of Corporate Governance And External Auditor’s Report In Non-Financial Institution

Abstract

The research work tends to cover the relationship between corporate governance and external auditor’s report as it is important to non-financial institution. Improper accounting records, frauds and other internal factors are some of the factors that lead to lack of returns on investment in an organization. [Read more…]

The Effect of Electronic Banking on Fraud Reduction in Banks

The Effect of Electronic Banking on Fraud Reduction in Banks (A Case Study of Access Bank Plc)

The Nigeria economy has gone through different evolutionary stages to control the supply of money created. The statute of the central Bank of Nigeria was passed in 1958, on that day and for subsequent periods (determined by CBN) the successful exchanges with the legal tender of the banks in the denomination of pounds, sterling and pennies. [Read more…]

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