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60.08% of all outstanding debt is held by only 15% of the debtors

Outstanding Debt
60.08 %

Top 2 debtors are in the Transportation and Construction industry and represents 24.8% of the debt exposure

Top 2 Debtors
24.8 %
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The New Approach

In a continent where society has established an above average tolerance for “naming and shaming” defaulters, there is a low threshold for preventing ‘recalcitrant debtors’ who cut across the spectrum of all social classes and sectors.

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The Case for a New Industry Approach

A Comprehensive Analysis of the Debt/Non-Performing Loans Situation in the Nigerian Banking Industry, with specific focus on:

  • The Industry & its Debt Position
  • Definition of a delinquent debtor and how this has changed over the years including how banks end up with one
  • The Sectors & Regions affected & Impact on GDP
  • Provisions of the law as regards credit collection and recovery in Nigeria
  • The AMCON approach, lessons learnt, the new route and role for banks to take these on themselves
  • Case Study of approaches adopted in recovering debt; and
  • Next Steps and Lessons a New Approach offers for potential new acquisitions of troubled banks
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