Regulating finance companies in Nigeria

Uche, Chibuike U.
June 2001
Journal of International Banking Regulation;Jun2001, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p75
Academic Journal
This paper examines the practice and regulation of finance companies in Nigeria, arguing that the recent massive revocation of finance company licences and approvals-in-principle is an indication of the ineffectiveness of the Central Bank of Nigeria in the conduct of its statutory duty of regulating finance companies and promoting monetary policy stability.


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