FRAUD PREVENTION DETERCTION AND CONTROL IN NIGERIA BANKING INDUSTRY A CASE STUDY OF HABIB NIGERIA BANK LIMITED ENUGU

ABSTRACT
This work is all about fraud prevention, detection and control in the banking sector of Nigeria.  This study has Habb Nigeria bank Limited, Enugu as a case study.
From the study, such factors like poor staffing, poor remuneration, weak internal control among other factors contributed immensely to the incidence of fraud in banks.  The study revealed that the most effective way of preventing fraud in banks is through an effective in-built control mechanism.  This internal control mechanism is designed in such a way to designate responsibilities so that a staff’s activities are checked by another which is in turn checked by a higher officer.  This calls for a strong and independent inspection and audit department in every bank comprising of staff with impeccable integrity.
This study applied necessary data collection techniques such as questionnaires.


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title pageii
Approval pageiii
Dedicationiv
Acknowledgementvi
Abstractvi
List of tablevii
Table of contentsviii

CHAPTER ONE
Introduction1
1.1Back of the study1
1.2Statement of problems4
1.3Objectives of the study5
1.4Scope of the study5
1.5Research questions6
1.6Significance of the study6
1.7Definition of terms8

CHAPTER TWO
2.0Literature review10
2.1The causes of fraud in banking sector10
2.2The effect of frequent fraud occurrence 
in the banking industry15
2.3The relationship between banking practices 
and fraud perpetration16
2.4The impact of banks and government’s 
effort on fraud elimination18
2.5Definition of fraud21
CHAPTER THREE
Research Methodology26
3.1Research design26
3.2Area of study28
3.3Population of study28
3.4Sample and sampling procedure29
3.5Instrument for data collection29
3.6Reliability of the research instrument29
3.7Validity of the research instrument29
3.8Method of administration of the research instrument30
3.9Method of data analysis31

CHAPTER FOUR
4.0Data presentation and results32
4.1Research Question No.133
4.2Research Question No.234
4.3Research Question No.335
4.4Research Question No.436
4.5Research Question No.537
4.6Research Question No.638
4.7Research Question No.739
4.8Research Question No.840
4.9Research Question No.941
4.10Research Question No.1042
4.11Research Question No.1143

CHAPTER FIVE
Discussion46
5.1Discussion of results46
5.2Conclusions47
5.3Implications of the results48
5.4Recommendations48
5.5Suggestions for further research49
5.6Limitation of the study50
Reference51
Appendices53

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APA

Ugwu, A. (2018). FRAUD PREVENTION DETERCTION AND CONTROL IN NIGERIA BANKING INDUSTRY A CASE STUDY OF HABIB NIGERIA BANK LIMITED ENUGU. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/fraud-prevention-deterction-and-control-in-nigeria-banking-industry-a-case-study-of-habib-nigeria-bank-limited-enugu-2467

MLA 8th

Ugwu, Anderson "FRAUD PREVENTION DETERCTION AND CONTROL IN NIGERIA BANKING INDUSTRY A CASE STUDY OF HABIB NIGERIA BANK LIMITED ENUGU" Afribary. Afribary, 29 Jan. 2018, https://afribary.com/works/fraud-prevention-deterction-and-control-in-nigeria-banking-industry-a-case-study-of-habib-nigeria-bank-limited-enugu-2467. Accessed 13 Jun. 2024.

MLA7

Ugwu, Anderson . "FRAUD PREVENTION DETERCTION AND CONTROL IN NIGERIA BANKING INDUSTRY A CASE STUDY OF HABIB NIGERIA BANK LIMITED ENUGU". Afribary, Afribary, 29 Jan. 2018. Web. 13 Jun. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/fraud-prevention-deterction-and-control-in-nigeria-banking-industry-a-case-study-of-habib-nigeria-bank-limited-enugu-2467 >.

Chicago

Ugwu, Anderson . "FRAUD PREVENTION DETERCTION AND CONTROL IN NIGERIA BANKING INDUSTRY A CASE STUDY OF HABIB NIGERIA BANK LIMITED ENUGU" Afribary (2018). Accessed June 13, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/fraud-prevention-deterction-and-control-in-nigeria-banking-industry-a-case-study-of-habib-nigeria-bank-limited-enugu-2467

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By: Anderson Ugwu Field: Accounting Type: Project 48 PAGES (7379 WORDS) (doc)