The Impact of Corporate Governance Mechanism on the Performance of Banks in Nigeria

AHMAD GARBA BASAKKWACE, HUSSAINI BELLO BABUGA

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The objective of this paper is to critically assess the impact corporate governance mechanism on bank performance in Nigeria using content analysis was used in on corporate governance mechanism such as board composition, board size, ceo chairman duality on the other hand empirical studies were also reviewed on bank performance, the study recommend the need for more to be done to strengthen the effectiveness of the corporate governance mechanism further studies should focus on the tenure of chief executive.

  Keyword : Corporate governance Mechanism, Bank Performance , Corporate Governance

 


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