Banking development in Nigeria and the African Continental Bank

Publisher: Malthouse Press in Lagos

Written in English
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  • Nigeria.


  • African Continental Bank.,
  • Banks and banking -- Nigeria.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Other titlesBanking development & the ACB, Banking development and the ACB
Statementedited by J.O. Irukwu, Christian S. Nwinia, Ogugua C. Anunoby.
ContributionsIrukwu, J. O., Nwinia, Christian S., Anunoby, Ogugua C.
LC ClassificationsHG3431.A6 B36 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 190 p. ;
Number of Pages190
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL723502M
ISBN 109782601144
LC Control Number97111005

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INDIGENOUS BANK: These are banks fully owned and controlled by Nigerian citizen including government. The first Indigenous bank in Nigeria was the National Bank of Nigeria (NBN).

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Development Bank of Nigeria concludes first recruitment ahead of take-off. The Development Bank of Nigeria (DBN), a government-owned development finance institution, is gearing up for its expected take-off later this year.

Nigeria signs African Continental Free. Guidelines on electronic banking in Nigeria: The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) recognizes that electronic banking and payments services are still at the cradle stages of development in Nigeria.

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