view in publisher's site

A comparative performance evaluation of banking industry in Bangladesh: CAMEL rating approach

This study is an attempt to evaluate and compare the performance of State-Owned Commercial Banks (SOCBs) and Private Commercial Banks (PCBs) of Bangladesh. CAMEL rating model has been applied to confess where a bank can be successful and where it has weaknesses. Data have been collected from four SOCBs and eight PCBs for the years 2014–2017. Among the selected SOCBs, it is found that Agrani Bank holds “Satisfactory” position where Sonali Bank holds “Fair” position through the year 2014–2017. On the other hand, Janata bank has improved its position from “Fair” to “Satisfactory” for the year 2016 and 2017. Moreover, Rupali Bank holds ‘Satisfactory’ position only for the year 2017 where this position was “Fair” for the year 2014–2016. On the other hand, it is found that all the selected PCBs hold “Satisfactory” position through the year 2014–2017. Though the composite rating for both types of banks (SOCBs and PCBs) is in “Satisfactory level”, Rank-1 is given to PCBs and Rank-2 is given to SOCBs. CAMEL ratio for “Asset quality” for both types of banks (SOCBs and PCBs) are showing “Dissatisfactory level”. “Earning quality” of SOCBs is showing at a “Marginal level”. Therefore, proper attention should be given to manage the “Asset quality” and SOCBs should increase the “Earning quality”.

سفارش ترجمه مقاله و کتاب - شروع کنید

با استفاده از افزونه دانلود فایرفاکس چکیده مقالات به صورت خودکار تشخیص داده شده و دکمه دانلود فری‌پیپر در صفحه چکیده نمایش داده می شود.