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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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The attention of the Debt Management Office (DMO), has been drawn to statements and reports credited to several persons on the subject of Loans obtained from China and has considered it necessary to provide a sequel to its Press Release on the same subject dated September 11, 2018.

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From 01 August 2020, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) gave effect to a new policy that will have major ramification for banking services in Nigeria. The new Global Standard Instruction (GSI) policy provide that at the point of executing loan agreements:

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