Institutional Investors Ownership and Financial Performance: Examining the Nexus in Nigerian Deposit Money Banks

Damilola Felix Eluyela, Wisdom Okere, Adegbola Olubukola Otekunrin, John Nonso Okoye, Asamu Festus, Opeyemi Ajetunmobi


The main aim of this paper is to examine the impact of institutional investor’s ownership on the financial performance of deposit money banks listed on Nigerian stock exchange (NSE). The time frame for this study is 2011-2018. Data was generated from annual reports of 15 deposit money banks listed on NSE. The result of the panel data methodology shows a positive and significant relationship between institutional investor’s ownership and banks financial performance. The study recommended that management of banks should give more attention to the large institutional shareholders due to their influence on the growth and survival of the company.

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Research in World Economy
ISSN 1923-3981(Print)ISSN 1923-399X(Online)


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