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1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Generally in Nigeria, banks are usually accused by customer’s of number of short comings, which are regarded as problems and failure in banking system. These include lack of awareness by customers of the services they offer subjecting the customers to long queues unsympathetic staff in terms of courtesy and efficiency, intricals and unprogressive lending policies and procedures irregular issue of statement etc, all these result in low level of customer satisfaction.
At moment, Nigeria is fast attempting to transform into a modern industrial society whether this attempt will be achieved or not is still questionable. The urban area having now high population densihes from rural, which are supposed to be the sources of raw materials for the industries. Hence the achievement of industrial objective rest squarely on the shoulders of the banks.
Banks could help Nigeria reframe herself and produce raw materials for her mills and not solely depend on imported ones.
This could be done by diversifying the source of income from the present mono (based solely on petroleum revenue) to that of (diversified one)
The banks role in attaining the above objective ultimately, specially and efficiently is very crucial.
Having experienced the strain, intricale and procedures of obtaining banks loanable fund that researcher mind was directed to the questions as to what participates such stumbling blocks in our banking system. It is the blame on the banks, the customer and the government for not appreciating the place of credit in our society for instance, the banks by the nature of their business exercise a high degree of economic power. To them belong to the naira power which is the lubricate/accelerator of our economy. They have the prerogative in the choice of assets (businesses) they place their disposable portion of funds deposited with them by customers. Tough they know and have experienced the positive results of attempt in the effective provision and use of credit, the banks have been rather very skeptical in exercise this their power not withstanding the central bank of Nigeria issues annual directives to licensed banks allocating prescribing quantitative ceiling as well as sectorial allocation of their loans and advances to the economy through the monetary policy circulars conveying the central banks, credit guidelines.
However, it has come to be realized that these are certain problems associated with he present lending schemes which must be highlighted and solved by the customers, the banks and government in providing loanable fund so that more benefit would be taped from this usage.
Hence, the motives behind the caring out of this research study.
1.2 STATEMENT OF PROBLEMS
There is hardly any approach to obtaining bank loans/credits that is devoid of problems. This project thus sets out to identify the lending problem of bank and customer in Kaduna and its environments.
- high rate of interest/charge
- banks lend on short term basis cannot accommodate medium and long term borrowers.
- High rate of defaut
- Difficulty in banks policy/central bank policies
- Lack of security to back-up the lending
- Customers request are not well packaged.
1.3 OBJECTIVES OF THIS STUDY
Specifically, there are some factors outside management control such as the Central Bank credit guideline (rule and regulation), policies and the value of managers implementating bank policies, which influence in one way or the other on the lending decisions and outcomes for the bank. The aim and objectives of this research include:
i. how can we reduce the high rate of interest charge bank.
ii. How can customer be educated on how to package their request correctly.
iii. How possible it is to evaluate the lending difficult policy of both bank/central bank
1.4 RESEARCH QUESTION
Ho: To what extent will judicious utilization of loan lead to effective management control.
Hi: To what extent will judicious utilization of loan not lead to effective management control
Ho: Will assessment of loan management and accountability
serve as an aid to increase the capability of Nigeria banks?
Hi: Assessment of loan management and accountability will not serve as an aid to increase the capability of Nigeria Banks?
1.5 SIGNIFICANCE OF STUDY
After identification of certain problems, on this research work recommendation will be made for solution, considering their specific cause and nature. Such recommendation and findings hopefully will be useful to management of banks in the countries who have similar problems to the banks studies.
It is also hoped that such recommendations will be of use to potential borrowers from the bank, banking and accountancy student in the higher school of learning, and to the numerous private management consultancy firms throughout Nigeria.
1.6 SCOPE OF THE STUDY
The scope of the study is on commercial banks in Nigeria or banking sector as a whole but using Union Bank Nigeria Plc Kaduna as a case study.
1.7 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THE CASE STUDY
Union Bank of Nigeria Plc was established in 1917 as a colonial bank will its first branch in Lagos. In 1925, Barclays bank acquired the colonial bank which resulted in the change of the bank’s name to Barclays Bank (Dominion, colonial and overseas). Following the enactment of the companies act 1968 and legal requirement for all foreign subsidiaries to be incorporated locally, Barclays bank remained un-changed until 1971 when 8.33% of the banks share were offered to Nigeria’s in the same year, the bank was listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange. As a result of the Nigeria enterprise promotion act of 1972, the Federal Government of Nigeria acquired 51% of the bank’s share, which left Barclays bank plc. London with only 40%. By the enactment of the 1972 and 1977 Nigeria enterprises promotion act, Barclays bank International disposed its shareholding to Nigeria in 1979 to reflect the new ownership structure and in compliance with the company and alied matter act of 1990, it assumed the name union Bank of Nigeria Plc.
In line with the Central Bank of Nigerian banking sector consolidation policy, Union Bank of Nigeria Plc. Acquired the former universal trust bank Plc. And broad bank ltd. And absorbed it erstwhile subsidiaries Union Merchant bank ltd. The bank also increased its shareholders funds through a public offer/rights issue in the last quarter of 2005. with these development Union Bank remains one of the most capitalized developments Union Bank in Nigeria. It has a shareholder fund of N102,542 billion and operates through 368 net work of branches that are well spread across the country, all of which are line, real time subsidiaries.
a. Union homes saving and loans plc
b. Union trustees limited
c. Union assurance company limited
d. Union bank UK Plc
e. Banquet Intenational Benin, cotonou
f. UTL communications services limited
g. UBN property company limited
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