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FINANCING OF SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES IN ENUGU STATE NIGERIA (A STUDY OF ENUGU STATE).

Authors: Onah Samuel Chukwuemeka

In BANKING & FINANCE

By CHRISTOPHER IBU

The objectives of the study are as follows: i. Examine the sources of fiancé of SMEs in Enugu State. ii. Determine the extent of financing from the government and banks to SMEs in Enugu State. iii. Determine the effect of use of existing financial strategy on the growth of SMEs.

EFFECT OF LOAN ADMINISTRATION ON BANK LENDING (A CASE STUDY OF ACCESS BANK OF NIGERIA PLC)

Authors: OBAGUNWA BUSAYO. T

In BANKING & FINANCE

By CHRISTOPHER IBU

This research work has the following as its major objectives. (i) To identify the determinants of commercial banks’ lending behavior. (i) To determine the effects of the identified determinants on commercial banks lending behavior. (iii) To determine if loan administration actually have a significant effect on bank lending. 100 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

problems and prospects of Electronic Banking in Nigeria the Automated teller machine (ATM) as the case study..

Authors: ANONYMOUS

In BANKING & FINANCE

By CHRISTOPHER IBU

This research work intends to assess the problems and prospects of Electronic Banking in Nigeria the Automated teller machine (ATM) as the case study. Although the other channels of electronic banking will be evaluated too. Specifically the study objectives are: (i) To evaluate the problems of electronic banking (ATM) in Nigeria. (ii) To evaluate prospect of electronic banking (ATM) (iii) To examine the effect of electronic banking and how it has improve the customer satisfaction and national development. ABOVE 50 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

DETERMINANTS OF MANUFACTURING FIRMS’ FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA

Authors: SHOBOWALE, TOYIN VICTORIA

In BANKING & FINANCE

By CHRISTOPHER IBU

The main objective of this study is to examine the determinants of manufacturing firms’ financial performance in Nigeria. The specific objectives are to: 1. estimate the effect of revenue reserve on manufacturing firms’ financial performance; 2. analyze the effect of tax paid on manufacturing firms’ financial performance and 3. estimate the effect of interest paid on borrowings on manufacturing firms’ financial performance. ABOVE 80 PAGES ABOVE | CHAPTER 1-5   

CRUDE OIL PRICE, EXCHANGE RATE AND THEIR EFFECT ON NIGERIA’S ECONOMY (1985 – 2015)

Authors: ODERINLO, OLAJUMOKE ENIOLA

In BANKING & FINANCE

By JOHN ADEWALE

The main objective of this study is to determine the degree to which fluctuation in exchange rate and oil prices affect the Nigerian economy.The specific objectives of this study are to: 1. analyze the relationship between GDP; exchange rate and crude oil prices in Nigeria; 2. analyze the relationship between external reserve; exchange rate and Crude oil price in Nigeriaand 3. analyze the relationship between Inflation; exchange rate and crude oil price in Nigeria  ABOVE 100 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5   

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AND PROFITABILITY OF SELECTED MANUFACTURING FIRMS IN NIGERIA

Authors: BABALOLA, OLUMIDE EMMANUEL

In BANKING & FINANCE

By MUHAMMAD ISA

The main objective of this study in a broad sense is to measure the relationship between firm performance and corporate governance mechanisms. The specific objectives are to: 1. examine the extent of relationship between board size and firm performance; 2. examine the significance of CEO Duality on firm performance and 3. examine the extent of relationship between ownership concentration and firm performance ABOVE 80 PAGES ABOVE | CHAPTER 1-5

A SECTORAL ANALYSIS OF CRUDE OIL PRICE, EXCHANGE RATE AND STOCK PRICES IN NIGERIA, (2009-2016)

Authors: MUSA, DASAUKI CALEB

In BANKING & FINANCE

By BLESSING IGWE

The specific objectives are to: 1. determine the effect of oil price shocks on sectoral stock price indices (NSE Banking sector index; NSE Consumer goods sector index and NSE Oil & Gas sector index) in Nigeria; 2. determine the presence of long-run co-integration relationship among oil price, exchange rate and sectoral stock price indices ((NSE Banking sector index; NSE Consumer goods sector index and NSE Oil & Gas sector index) in Nigeria; 3. determine the presence of asymmetry in crude oil price and their effects on sectoral stock prices indices (NSE Banking sector index; NSE Consumer goods sector index and NSE Oil & Gas sector index) in Nigeria; and 4. determine the effect of exchange rate on sectoral stock price indices (NSE Banking sector index; NSE Consumer goods sector index and NSE Oil & Gas sector index) in Nigeria; ABOVE 200 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

LIQUIDITY AND LOAN PORTFOLIO PERFORMANCE: EVIDENCE FROM THE NIGERIAN BANKING SECTOR

Authors: ADEYEMI, MICHEAL OLANREWAJU

In BANKING & FINANCE

By Emmanuel Gide

The specific objectives are to: 1. examine the liquidity position of selected quoted banks in Nigeria and 2. estimate the effect of liquidity on Banks’ profitability in Nigeria ABOVE 50 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5

KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND SUCCESSION PLANNING OF FAMILY BUSINESS CONTINUITY IN LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA

Authors: OLUBIYI, TIMILEHIN OLASOJI

In BANKING & FINANCE, MARKETING

By CHRISTOPHER IBU

The specific objectives are to: 1. determine the influence of knowledge management practices of the family business owners on business continuity in Lagos State Nigeria; 2. examine the effect of succession planning on family business continuity in Lagos state Nigeria; 3. ascertain the effect of knowledge management practices on profitability of family businesses in Lagos state Nigeria; 4. evaluate the influence of knowledge management practices on growth of family business in Lagos state Nigeria; 5. determine the joint effect of knowledge management practices and succession planning on family business continuity in Lagos State Nigeria; 6. assess the perceptual differences among the respondents on family business continuity when grouped by the type of industry and 7. evaluate the moderating effect of length of time in existence on the relationship between knowledge management practices and family business continuity ABOVE 200 PAGES | CHAPTER 1-5