The impact of accounting information on bank portfolio management (A case study of First Bank of Nigeria Plc, Enugu)”.

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                                                                            Abstract
The aim of this study is to the impact of accounting information on bank portfolio management (A case study of First Bank of Nigeria Plc, Enugu). Every commercial bank targets the attainment of its desired objectives. They therefore aim towards efficiency and proper effectiveness in conducting its affairs. However, the level of this efficiency and effectiveness of any bank or the extent to which it is able to achieve its desired goals depends to a large extent on the quality of the available accounting information and on how the bank utilizes the available information.
Based on this, this research work is assessing the extent to which banks are enlightened on how to strike a balance between risks and portfolios and whether commercial banks use accounting information especially on decisions to buy or not tobuy a portfolio considering factors like the personality and integrity of the prospective investor and the Nigerian stock exchange trade guidelines.

TABLE OF CONTENT:
CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION
1.1 Background of the Study
1.2 Statement of the Research Problem
1.3 Objectives of the Study
1.4 Significance of the Study
1.5 Research Questions
1.5.1 STATEMENT OF HYPOTHESES
1.6 Scope and Limitations of the Study
1.7 Conceptual and Operational Definition
CHAPTER TWO
LITERATURE REVIEW
2.1 PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
2.2 ROLE AND PURPOSES OF PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
2.2.1 MAXIMIZE THE VALUE OF THE PORTFOLIO
2.2.2 SEEKING THE RIGHT BALANCE OF PORTFOLIOS
2.2.3 ENSURING THAT THE PORTFOLIO IS STRATEGICALLY ALIGNED
2.2.4 PICKING THE RIGHT NUMBER OF PORTFOLIOS
2.3 PREREQUISITES FOR EFFECTIVE PORTFOLIO MANANGEMENT
2.3.1 ESTABLISHING GENERAL CRITERIA AND OBJECTIVES
2.3.2 FORECAST THE EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT
2.3.3 INVENTORYING THE PORTFOLIO NEEDS
2.3.5 ESTABLISHING THE MACHINERY FOR ADMINISTRATION, APPRAISAL AND REVIEW
2.4 MODERN PORTFOLIO THEORY
2.5 PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES
2.5.1 HEURISTIC MODEL
2.5.2 SCORING TECHNIQUE
2.5.3 MAPPING OR VISUAL TECHNIQUE
2.6 PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
2.6.1 EMPHASIZING A DISCIPLINED PROCESS TO ELIMINATE RESPONSE TO SHORT-TERM MARKET VOLATILITY.
2.6.2 DELIVERING GREAT CAPABILITY TO ALL INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS.
2.6.3 ALIGNING THE INVESTMENT STRATEGY WITH THE OBJECTIVES AND RISK TOLERANCE.
2.6.4 EMPHASIZING THE IMPORTANCE OF ASSET ALLOCATION
2.6.5 PLAN IMPLEMENTATION USING THE MOST APPROPRIATE INVESTMENT STRATEGIES.
2.6.6 MONITORING AND ADJUSTING THE PORTFOLIO
2.6.7 ASSESSMENT OF PROGRESS
2.7 DIVERSIFICATION OF PORTFOLIOS
2.7.1 SPREADING OUT THE PORTFOLIOS
2.7.2 CONTINOUS BUILDING OF THE PORTFOLIO
2.7.3 BEING AWARE OF THE TIME TO EXIT
2.8 METHODS OF PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS
2.8.1 BOND PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS
2.8.2 STOCK PORTFOLIO ANALYSIS
2.9 FINANCIAL RATIOS ANALYSIS
2.9.1 LIQUIDITY RATIOS
2.9.2 PROFITABILITY RATIOS
2.9.3 LEVERAGE RATIOS
2.10 ROLE OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION IN BANK’S PORTFOLIO DECISIONS\
2.11 LIMITATIONS OF ACCOUNTING INFORMATION
CHAPTER THREE
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
3.1 Research design
3.2 Areas of the study
3.3 Sample and sampling procedure
3.4 Instruments for data collection
3.5 Validation of the instruments
3.6 Reliability of the instruments
3.7 Methods of data collection
3.8 Method of data analysis
CHAPTER FOUR
DATA ANALYSIS AND RESULTS
4.1 Data Analysis
4.2 Results
4.3 Discussion
CHAPTER FIVE
SUMMARY CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
5.1 summary
5.2 Conclusions
5
.3 Recommendations
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