IMPACT OF RESPONSIBILITY ACCOUNTING ON BANK MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA

Nkuri Livinus Maimako, Nicholas Mathias Kwatmen, Lalu David Ishaya

Abstract


Responsibility Accounting is considered as an important measurement tool designed to verify all activities in a company to ascertain whether they are done as planned. It requires an evaluation of actual performance against what is planned and the analysis of deviations establish the causes of their occurrence. This study examined the Impact of responsibility accounting on bank management performance in Nigeria. The correlational survey design was employed for this study, in which 120 managerial staffof various commercial banks in Plateau state were selected and administered the research questionnaire. Regression analysis was used to analyze the data with the aids of SPSS version 23. The results showed that responsibility accounting has a positive and significant impact on bank management performance in Nigeria. The study recommended that there is need for further training for bankers through seminars and workshop on responsibility accounting, and the government should, through the regulatory authorities, compel financial institutions to embark on responsibility accounting among other things.

Keywords


Responsibility accounting, Bank management, Management Performance

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