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Portfolio determinants of commercial bank earnings in selected Asian countries
Katrine Anderson Saito
Issued by [International Bank for Reconstruction and Development].
|Statement||by Katrine Anderson Saito and Dan P. Villanueva.|
|Series||Domestic finance studies -- no. 49|
|Contributions||Villanueva, Dan P., International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
In general, MENA commercial banks have the scope of producing times (i.e. 1 ) as many outputs from the same level of inputs. Furthermore, to measure bank efficiency across countries, the efficiency score for all banks is aggregated at country level to get the annual average efficiency scores for each country’s commercial banks. Determinants of Bank Profitability in a Developing Economy permits them to charge higher margins and improve the quality of their assets. Neely and Wheelock () use per capita income and suggest that this variable exerts a strong positive effect on bank earnings. Demirguc-Kunt and Huizinga (), and.
Several studies have used different methodologies to establish the link between FDI and economic growth. This study extends literature of the impact of FDI on economic growth in Ghana to include the impact of FDI on performance of Commercial banks in Ghana. The study used secondary data of FDI and macroeconomic variables from the World Bank data on countries while extracting . Foreign Portfolio Investment In Some Developing Countries: A Study of Determinants and Macroeconomic Impact R.N. AGARWAL Institute of Economic Growth, University Enclave, Delhi Abstract The present study examines the determinants of foreign portfolio investment (FPI) and its impact on the national economy in six developing Asian countries.
prospects of the relevant bank business continuity (Dendawijaya, ). For the banking industry, capital is an important thing, the bank must be able to maintain customer confidence with the necessary capital for the daily operational activities. Therefore, more and more capital owned bank, then the bank will be able to add the finance portfolio. Figure1 reveals that developing countries in Asia are more successful in attracting FDI compared to Latin American and African developing countries. Interestingly, in every continent, only the lower-middle income countries with per capita GNI ranges from US$ to US$ have been the major FDI recipient countries. Table 2 presents this uneven.
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Capital flows to South Asian and ASEAN countries: trends, determinants, and policy implications (English) Abstract. The authors compare the experiences of selected Asian countries in attracting different forms of external financing and examine how that financing has contributed to by: Capital flows to South Asian and ASEAN countries: trends, determinants, and policy implications (Inglês)Cited by: We examine the macroeconomic determinants of income inequality using dynamic panel data analysis based on the generalized method of moments over – across 33 Asian countries.
In addition to the macroeconomic factors, we incorporate a series of political economic and demographic factors to provide more realistic by: 1. DETERMINANTS OF PCBS’ PROFITABILITY –A PROPOSED MODEL Bank Profitability • Profitability of a bank is the efficiency of a bank in generating earnings.
It can be measured in several ways-– Net income of a bank expresses the volume of profit in a year – ROA indicates how profitable a bank is relative to its total assets.
banks in developing countries, the overall financial perfo rmance of commercial banks in the country is good (Flamini et al., ) This shows that investments i n commercial. receiving countries (World Bank Group, ). This means poor banking systems hinder economic growth, due to inhibited allocation of resources.
The financial sector comprises of banks, investment funds, insurance companies and real estate. In the Tanzanian financial system, banking institutions are the major players.
Determinants of Profitability of Commercial Banks in A Developing Country: Evidence from Ethiopia 3 The third could be related to the growth and development of the Ethiopian banking sector.
The Ethiopian banking sector has shown a rapid progress in terms of number of commercial banks, total assets, and. Determinants of the Financial Performance of Private Commercial Banks in Ethiopia: Bank Specific Factors Analysis. By Abdu Mohammed Assfaw.
Mizan Tepi University. Abstract-The main purpose of this paper is to investigate the bank specific factors which can affect the financial performance of private commercial banks in Ethiopia.
All commercial banks which have started their operation before are selected for the study. From the total of 18 commercial banks in Ethiopia, 9 banks: 2 from the public and 7 from the private sector were selected which are operated determinants of financial performance of commercial banks were considered as the.
the weaknesses of such a commercial bank (Makkar and Singh, ). The financial performance of any business organization is normally evaluated by determining their profitability. Generally, researchers note that the sustainability of a commercial bank is largely determined by its level of profitability.
Perera, Skully, and Chaudrey () examined the determinants of commercial banks profitability of four South Asian countries (India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka).
Return on Assets (ROA) is used as profitability measure. Commercial banks of different countries are. In order to show the Determinants of commercial banks performance, there are two categories, namely internal and external factors that effects on commercial banks performance.
The present study attempts to evaluate the financial performance of selected Indian commercial banks for the period from /13 to / The study comprises 16 commercial banks, 11 representing public sector and 5 from private sector, and the financial performance of these banks are analysed using the financial ratios.
The study shows that the financial performance of private sector banks. banks from 21 countries. They show that a higher loan ratio actually impacts profits negatively. Athanasoglou, Delis and Stakouras () have analyzed the effect of selected set of determinants on banks profitability in the South Eastern European region over period.
It is found that concentration is positively correlated with bank. In the present study, we extend the Angbazo () model to include bank diversification as part of our investigation into how diversification of business by banks affects the determinants of net interest margins for a sample of commercial banks operating in Asia; we use a two-regime endogenous switching model to categorize banks into regimes.
Income statement 1. Interest income This item generally includes income on interest-bearing assets, fee income related to lending operations, and dividend income on shares and participations.
In some cases it may also include income on bonds calculated as the difference between the book value and the redemption value of bonds. Interest expenses. This article presents an analysis of the determinants of Chinese commercial banks’ income diversification decisions.
Using a panel dataset comprising 88 Chinese domestic banks from towe find that bank diversification reflects a variety of managerial abilities: insolvency risks, cost, capital position, asset scale and ownership structure.
OECD countries (mainly U.S., Japan and U.K and Euro-area countries). In the Asian context, the most comprehensive study done was that of Craig et al. (), which used bank panel data from selected Asian countries.
Meanwhile, Ghosh () and Anandarajan et al. () did similar studies for India and Australia, respectively. Because of its. Performance and Financial Ratios of Commercial Banks in Malaysia and China Rasidah Mohd Said1,**, two countries are selected.
First, the banking sectors of these two countries remain relatively changes in the health of a bank’s loan portfolio which may in turns affect the bank’s performance. Duca and McLaughlin () found that the. For consistency World Bank income level classification of countries have been used and countries have been selected from all income levels such as high income, upper middle, lower middle and lower income.
So it is expected that our data will represent all countries. Data was collected from World Bank Development Indicators (WDI) (various issues. The figure shows the evolution of banks’ median deposit and non-deposit liabilities (in book values), as well as book equity as a percentage of the book value of banks for 2, bank-year observations in our sample of the largest publicly traded banks in the U.S.
and the EU from the Bankscope database from to The purpose of this paper is to study the determinants of Asian banks’ profitability with particular focus on the role of asset quality. This concern has been particularly important as the Basel III imposed more stringent requirements in banking regulation.,The paper uses fixed effect estimation for the panel data of the sample that consists of banks from 12 Asian economies over the.
The bank profitability is measured by return on assets (ROA) and return on equity (ROE) as a function of bank-specific and macroeconomic determinants. Using a balanced panel data set, the results show that asset size and non-interest income have a positive and significant effect on bank .