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FINANCIAL STRENGTH AS AN INDICATOR FOR MEASURING BANK COMPETITIVENESS: AN EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM INDIAN BANKING INDUSTRY

@article{Ponraj2012FINANCIALSA,
  title={FINANCIAL STRENGTH AS AN INDICATOR FOR MEASURING BANK COMPETITIVENESS: AN EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM INDIAN BANKING INDUSTRY},
  author={P. Ponraj and G. Rajendran},
  journal={Journal of Applied Economic Sciences},
  year={2012},
  volume={7},
  pages={179-188}
}
  • P. Ponraj, G. Rajendran
  • Published 2012
  • Business
  • Journal of Applied Economic Sciences
  • Liberalization and globalization has led Indian banking companies to focus on quality of service, speed and cost to face severe competition. The paper measures the bank competitiveness among the select Indian commercial banks in terms of financial strength. A bank is said to be competitive if it is financially strong. Financial strength of the bank is measured in terms of financial ratios viz. efficiency ratio, profitability ratio, capital adequacy ratio, income-expenditure ratio, deposits and… CONTINUE READING
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