This book addresses managerial issues which determine the success or failure of a bank. It began by a detailed discussion of the nature of bank management, banking system and banking regulations in Part one and goes ahead to address the application of financial management principles in the management of bank profit, liquidity, assets, liabilities, and capital funds in Part two. Part three covers the management of loans and advances and investment portfolios of banks, while strategic bank management process and bank marketing management are covered in Part four. It ended with a discussion of the current issues of bank failure and bank fraud in Part five. Particularly, the provisions of banking laws and regulations currently in force in Nigeria and their implications have been incorporated throughout the discussion of these issues with practical illustrations, worked examples, and review questions to help the reader comprehend the issues discussed. Lecturers, banking practitioners and students of Banking and Finance and related courses, and in fact all who want to know more about bank management in developing countries like Nigeria will find this book very helpful.