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The Future of Nigeria Banking Markets to 2020- Trends, Outlook, Economic and Profitability Analysis, Key Ratios, Market Structure


Nigeria banking market outlook report from OGANALYSIS provides comprehensive analysis, trends, drivers and challenges of operating or expanding into the market.
The uniqueness of the report lies in profitability analysis and comparison with peer markets among others. Profitability analysis is made along 4 key pillars including key metrics, risk factors, productivity and asset usage efficiency. More than 20 key ratios are analyzed and incorporated in the premium research work. Further, interviews with industry experts strengthen the research and analysis on Nigeria commercial banking report. Incorporating buyers suggestions and feedback, the 2016 Q3 version is more improved and user friendly.
Banking industry in Nigeria witnessed a (surge) in total assets at 28,118 Nigeria Naira in Billions as of 2015, with a large portion of this coming from deposits. Over the forecast period, policy changes initiated by central bank of Nigeria, NPA handling, Base norms (CRAR) and growth in other financial markets will be the key factors for profitability and future strategies of banks including overseas expansion of banks. Further, financial inclusion, economic growth (GDP and GDP Per Capita) will also play a key role in shaping the future of Nigeria commercial banking sector.
The research work also provides detailed market structure based on size, profitability, deposits and loans of leading banks in the country. In addition, detailed SWOT and financial analysis of five leading banks is included. Recent developments and transactions in the industry are also analyzed in the Nigeria report.


- Analysis through 20+ key Ratios
- Period- from 2005 to 2020
- Profitability Analysis of Nigeria and peer markets
- Trends, drivers and challenges
- Credit analysis
- Economic analysis and outlook of Nigeria and Region
- Analysis of leading five players in the industry

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- To get detailed analysis of Nigeria banking industry based on key financial metrics and ratios
- Identify trends and developments across the countrys banking sector
- Make strategic decisions based on evaluation and outlook of Nigeria banking sector
- Get a critical analysis of competitors based on performance metrics
- Identify most profitable markets in the current economic conditions
- Get insights into best practices of top performers in the country and worldwide
1 Table of Contents
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Nigeria Commercial Banking Overview
2.1 Aggregate Deposits
2.2 Capital and Reserves
2.3 Total Advances
2.4 Bond Portfolio Details
2.5 Total Assets and Liabilities
2.6 Non- Performing Assets (NPAs)
2.7 Return on Assets
2.8 Asset Yield
2.9 Capital Adequacy Ratio (CRAR)
2.10 Tier 1 Capital to Risk Weighted Assets
3 Drivers and Challenges of Nigeria Banking Sector
3.1 Size Growth
3.2 Asset Allocation trends
3.3 Expansion strategies
3.4 Cost control
3.5 Profitability
3.6 Support to Economy
4 Outlook of Commercial Banking Industry in Nigeria
4.1 Total Assets and Liabilities Forecast, 2005-2020
4.2 Aggregate Loans Forecast, 2005- 2020
4.3 Aggregate Deposits Forecast, 2005- 2020
5 Profitability Analysis- Benchmark with Peer Countries
5.1 Overview and Regression Analysis
5.2 Pillar 1- Fundamental Metrics
5.3 Pillar 2- Risk Factors
5.4 Pillar 3- Productivity Indicators
5.5 Pillar 4- Asset Usage Efficiency Indicators
6 Credit Quality Analysis of Nigeria Commercial Banks
6.1 Total credit to the private non-financial sector, 2010- 2015
6.2 Bank credit to the private non-financial sector, 2010- 2015
6.3 Credit to households, 2010- 2015
6.4 Credit to non-financial corporations, 2010- 2015
6.5 Credit to the government sector at market value, 2010- 2015
6.6 Credit to the government sector at nominal value, 2010- 2015
7 Nigeria Economic Analysis and Outlook to 2022
7.1 Nigeria GDP Outlook (Current Prices, USD Billion), 2005- 2022
7.2 GDP Per Capita Outlook in Nigeria, 2005- 2022
7.3 Population Outlook in Nigeria (Millions), 2005- 2022
7.4 Inflation Outlook in Nigeria, 2005- 2022
7.5 Unemployment Rate in Nigeria, 2005- 2022
7.6 Public Debt to GDP ratio in Nigeria, 2015
7.7 General Government Revenue and Expenditure Outlook, 2005- 2022
7.8 Nigeria Currency (LCU) against US Dollar, 2005- 2015
7.9 Long Term Sovereign Rating, 2009- 2015
8 Market Structure
8.1 By Total Assets
8.2 By Deposits
8.3 By Advances
9 Business Profiles of Leading Banks in Nigeria
9.1 Leading Bank A
9.1.1 Overview
9.1.2 SWOT Analysis
9.1.3 Financial Statements and Ratios
9.2 Leading Bank B
9.2.1 Overview
9.2.2 SWOT Analysis
9.2.3 Financial Statements and Ratios
9.3 Leading Bank C
9.3.1 Overview
9.3.2 SWOT Analysis
9.3.3 Financial Statements and Ratios
9.4 Leading Bank D
9.4.1 Overview
9.4.2 SWOT Analysis
9.4.3 Financial Statements and Ratios
9.5 Leading Bank E
9.5.1 Overview
9.5.2 SWOT Analysis
9.5.3 Financial Statements and Ratios
10 Recent Developments in Nigeria Commercial Banking Sector
11 Appendix
11.1 About Publisher
11.2 Sources and Methodology
11.3 Contact Information

List Of Tables

Table 1: Nigeria Total Assets and Liabilities Outlook, 2005- 2020
Table 2: Nigeria Client Loans Outlook, 2005- 2020
Table 3: Nigeria Total Deposits Outlook, 2005- 2020
Table 4: Nigeria Banking Sector- Profitability Analysis- Overall Analysis, 2015
Table 5: Nigeria Banking Sector- Profitability Analysis- Pillar 1, 2015
Table 6: Nigeria Banking Sector- Profitability Analysis- Pillar 2, 2015
Table 7: Nigeria Banking Sector- Profitability Analysis- Pillar 3, 2015
Table 8: Nigeria Banking Sector- Profitability Analysis- Pillar 4, 2015
Table 9: Nigeria- Credits to Private non-Financial Sector, 2010- 2015
Table 10: Nigeria- Bank Credit to Private non-Financial Sector, 2010- 2015
Table 11: Nigeria- Credits to Household Sector, 2010- 2015
Table 12: Nigeria- Credits to non-Financial Corporations, 2010- 2015
Table 13: Nigeria- Credits to Government Sector (Market Value), 2010- 2015
Table 14: Nigeria- Credits to Government Sector (Nominal Value), 2010- 2015
Table 15: Nigeria- GDP and Growth Rate Forecast, 2005- 2022
Table 16: Nigeria- GDP Per Capita Forecast, 2005- 2022
Table 17: Nigeria- Population Forecast, 2005- 2022
Table 18: Nigeria- Inflation Forecast, 2005- 2022
Table 19: Nigeria- Unemployment Forecast, 2005- 2022
Table 20: Nigeria- Government Revenue and Expenditure Forecast, 2005- 2022

List Of Figures

Figure 1: Aggregate Assets Growth Outlook in Nigeria, 2005- 2022
Figure 2: Nigeria Banking- Cost Control Efficiency, 2015
Figure 3: Nigeria Banking Sector Contribution to GDP, 2015
Figure 4: Nigeria Total Assets and Liabilities Outlook, 2005- 2020
Figure 5: Nigeria Client Advances Outlook, 2005- 2020
Figure 6: Nigeria Aggregate Deposits Outlook, 2005- 2020
Figure 7: Nigeria- Public Debt to GDP Ratio, 2015
Figure 8: Nigeria LCU vs USD, 2005- 2015
Figure 9: Market Shares of Leading Banks by Assets, 2015
Figure 10: Market Shares of Leading Banks by Deposits, 2015
Figure 11: Market Shares of Leading Banks by Loans, 2015

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Published Date : Aug 2016
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