Nigerian Consumer Credit: Law, Regulation and Market Insights

Philemon Iko-Ojo Omede

Springer International Publishing AG
31 August 2022

Nigerian Consumer Credit: Law, Regulation and Market Insights

Philemon Iko-Ojo Omede

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This book critically reviews transnational banking regulations that specifically impact consumer lending in Africa’s largest economy. It provides a comprehensive analysis on the politics and economics of financial sector consolidation in an emerging market in West Africa, also covering law, consumer credit, and consumer policy along with a discussion of banking sector reforms heavily influenced by the neoliberal economics paradigm. There have been several developments since the publication of the existing books especially in the area of regulatory theory and social protection that are captured in this book, which will be of interest to researchers, students, and scholars of banking regulation, development economics, and international finance.

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