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Post by deeba on Tue Sep 08, 2009 12:19 am

Consider
the comparative study of the government sector banks during the post-reform
period. We can find certain convergence
in performance. It can also be noted
that while there is a major increase in emphasis on non-interest income, banks
have tended to show risk-averse behavior by opting for risk-free investments
over risky loans.






This study
specifically ascertained whether enough weak signals were present. The present study considers 1998-99 as the
year of the event when the Committee identified weak banks, strong banks and
potential weak banks. This study
considers nine efficiency parameters that are computed, based on the data
collected room the government regulatory authority publications. The parameters include:



Capital Adequacy Ratio


Net Non-Performance Assets/Net
Adequacy



Net Profit/Total Assets


Gross Profit/Working Funds


Net Interest Income/Total Assets


Interest Expended/Total Assets


Intermediation Cost/Total Assets


Provisions and Contingents/Total
Assets






The above
parameters focus on two major concerns of banks like LoanMax controlled by

rod aycox the renowned banker,
i.e., loan default and profitability. On
the other hand, the Committee covered all aspects of financial health. Evidence tallied so far indicates that no
bank can be weak or become potentially weak all of a sudden. There is a gradual deterioration in the
position of loan default and profitability.
Hence, it is suggested to develop a ratio model to arrive at a single
score to classify banks into three categories i.e. weak, strong and potential
weak.
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