Banks: ?countdown? – The Complete Guide To Model Rocketry (pr Only)
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The performance evaluation of Islamic commercial banks compared to conventional banks after the financial crisis is very crucial in order to assess their survival. Although the conventional banks still dominate the market share but sharia banks are expected to grow in the next 5-10 years by 10 percent. This study evaluates the interbank performance of Islamic commercial banks from 1999-2004 or after the financial crisis vis-a-vis interest based conventional banks in Indonesia. The performance of shariah banks have reached considerable standard in implementing their role as financial intermediaries in Indonesia. The Islamic interbank study found that Bank Muamalat Indonesia performed better in terms of profitability and liquidity. Meanwhile there is no significant difference in performance between Islamic commercial banks and conventional banks in Indonesia.The analysis should help shed some light on real performance of national banking industry in Indonesia after the financial crisis and should be especially useful to banking practitioners, policy makers as well as academicians.
Goodhart: The ?evolution? Of Central Banks (cloth)
Banks face various risks due to the dynamic nature of the modern financial markets and these risks prohibit the banks to operate to its optimum. One such risk is credit risk that includes default and portfolio risk. The total loans and advances form a major chunk of banks'' assets, and failure to maintain the quality of such assets has proven to be disastrous for the banks as well as to the economy. In long run the success of banking sector depend on how well the bank can manage the credit risk and maintain its quality of assets. Therefore, the extent of Non-Performing Loan (NPL) assumes critical importance for the overall stability of a bank. The level of NPL of a bank reflects the quality of assets, credit risk and efficiency in the allocation of financial resources for productive purposes. This paper establishes the nature and the extent of NPL in Bhutanese banks and analyze the causes of NPL and its consequences on the performances of the banks.
Cyprus’ accession into the Euro Are has been a cornerstone on the modern history of the island. The research project is concentrating on the effect that Cyprus’ participation in the Euro Area will have on the banking and financial institutions. The research project was concentrated on the level of the interest rates that exist between the different deposit and loan type products in the Cypriot economy and in the Euro Area. Involving case description general analytic strategies, results were produced from the description of the Euro Area and Cypriot economies, the Euro Area MFIs against Cypriot banks and also at the end the Creek banks against the Cypriot banks. It was proved that during this transition period, there exists disequilibrium on the level of the interest rates between the Cypriot banks, the Euro Area MFIs and the Greek banks. It is also proved that these differences on the level of the interest rates are in favour of the Cypriot banks. The research study is a very useful handbook not only for the Cypriot banking sector but for the Cypriot and Euro Area economies.
The present study has employed a multiple-stage approach based on Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) to measure the level of efficiency and productivity of the Australian banks before, during and after the Global Financial Crisis 2007-2009. The purpose of this analysis is to: (i) measure and compare the efficiency level of banks applying three different approaches; (ii) measure productivity changes of the sample banks by the means of the Malmquist indices; (iii) assess the relationship between the level of efficiency and the institutional size of each bank by the means of a univariate cross-tabulation approach; (iv) examine the impact of the global financial crisis 2007-2009 on the performance of Australian banks; and (v) analyse the competence of recent mergers and acquisitions in Australian banking sector in the performance of banks.
Indian banking has transformed in all aspects with the globalization concept shifted from manual to electronic work along with innovative products/services and increasing competition among public and private banks. The private banks are bringing services to the very door step in new and attractive way, according to customer demands and use advanced technology. While public banks, even having large branch network and staff, still are laggards due to partial computerization and lack of electronic channels causing gap in profitability in comparison to private sector banks. This volume focuses on performance of Indian commercial banks in the globalized period from 1998-99 to 2005-06 which covers the study of profitability behaviour and some selected determinants. The factors responsible for poor performance of the banks in terms of deteriorating profitability have also discussed. The study also suggests some possible measures to improve the performance of poor performing banks. Especially relevant in today’s environment of financial crisis, this book will be useful to researchers, policy makers, economists, analysts, students and readers interested in the banking system of India.