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Impact of the Emerging Financial Holding Company Model on Small Business Borrowers' Financial Welfare: Contemporary Evidence from Nigeria Based on the Monti‐Klein Approach

Cosmas Ikechukwu Asogwa, Anthonia Uju Uzuagu, Godwin Keres Okoro Okereke, Hyginus Omeje, Samson Ige Abolarinwa, Roseline Nkemakolam Azubuike and Joseph Ndozianyichukwu Chukwuma

African Development Review, 2018, vol. 30, issue 1, 56-70

Abstract: This study exploits the adequacy of the Monti‐Klein model to analyse the banking firms' lending behaviour and uses the geometric lag analytic model to detect the lifespan of bank conglomeration impacts on small business financial welfare. We find that, although the impact of emerging conglomerate banks on lending to small businesses is significantly negative (δ = −0.6897; p

Date: 2018
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