World Bank says Foreign Banks in Developing Nations are restricted in Impact

For instance, Ecobank Transnational Corporation (ETI) a Togolese Bank with 1,239 branches in 33 countries, of which 512 branches are domiciled in Nigeria, 40% of total assets are based in Nigeria, and only 12% of its $2.1bn annual revenue for the 2015/2016 fiscal year came from its host country in Togo, has its benefits to the Nigerian economy and other African Economies where its registered as a subsidiary of its parent company not fully felt, as the increased reserve requirements of a foreign bank in a host country restricts the lending capacity by 6%.