Effect of Fraud Management Practices on Non- Financial Performance of Selected Deposit Money Banks in Lagos State, Nigeria
S. K. Fakunmoju (),
I. O. Fasola () and
P. F. Fashagba ()
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S. K. Fakunmoju: University of South Africa
I. O. Fasola: University of South Africa
P. F. Fashagba: Federal Polytechnic Bida
The Journal of Accounting and Management, 2021, issue 1(11), 145-153
The increasing trend of declined in non-financial performance of banks in recent years pose serious threats to the stability and survival of financial and real sectors and banks in particular. Studies have shown that most deposit money banks in Nigeria have experienced declined in non-financial performances due to poor fraud management practices which have resulted in financial losses to banks and loss of public confidence in the banking sector.
Keywords: Bank operational performance; Bank efficiency; Detective fraud management; Preventive fraud management; Responsive fraud management (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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