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Regulatory and institutional challenges of corporate governance in post banking consolidation Nigeria

I Wilson

Abstract




From a banking industry perspective, good corporate governance demands
that banks will operate in a safe and sound manner, comply with applicable
laws and regulations and protect the interests of depositors. This paper,
however, posits that unless accompanied by institutional and
regulatory reforms the code of corporate governance for banks will be
rendered useless and the aim of the consolidation exercise, which is to
engender the emergence of a strong, competitive and reliable banking system
will be defeated.

NESG Economic Indicators Vol. 12 (2) 2006: pp. 55-63



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