Corporate Social Responsibility And Financial Performance Of Ten Listed Deposit Money Banks
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Corporate Social Responsibility And Financial Performance Of Ten Listed Deposit Money Banks In Nigeria
This study examined the effect of Corporate Social Responsibility on the Financial performance of ten (10) listed deposit money banks in Nigeria from 2007-2016. Panel ordinary least square method of analysis was used to analyse relevant financial data of ten banks selected from among deposit money banks listed on the Nigerian stock exchange. The findings showed a significant and positive relationship between corporate social responsibility and financial performance of the listed deposit money banks in Nigeria under consideration. Hence, the study concludes that corporate social responsibility would bring about benefits such as increased patronage, increased customer loyalty, increased sales DownloadViews: 247

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