The contents of this course include policies and procedures employed in banking institutions; corporate financial planning. Decisions, goals and management; capital management and capital adequacy; test of solvency (i.e. CAMEL); risk types, features, and management of bank assets and liabilities: liquidity management in banks; marketing of banking and financial services and competition among banks; manpower training and development for better management performance; management of two categories of banking institutions: commercial-banks and investment banks: bank-customer relationship; features of negotiable instruments and other diverse aspects relating to account holders; criteria for lending to borrowers; universal banking: the regulatory frameworks/laws of the monetary authorities and their implications for banks and other financial institutions: banking act of 1952; formation of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN Act of 1958); CBN control of banks activities; CIBN Act No.12 of 1990; the CBN Act No.24 of 1991; banks and other financial institutions Act No.25 of 1991; Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) Act No.22 of 1988; Money Laundry Act No.3 of 1995; failed banks (recovery of debts and financial malpractices in banks Act No. 18 of 1994; other current banking regulations.


Level of Study: 400 Level