• Determining Bank performance using CAMEL rating: A comparative study on selected Islamic and Conventional Banks in Bangladesh

    Author(s):
    Md. Rafiqul Islam Rafiq
    Editor(s):
    Alim Al Ayub Ahmed (see profile)
    Date:
    2016
    Group(s):
    Archives, Asian Business Review, Business Management, Literature and Economics, Scholarly Communication
    Item Type:
    Article
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/kmvm-n807
    Abstract:
    The present article seeks to examine the determinants of the bank profitability in a developing country like Bangladesh and to compare the performance of Islamic and conventional banks during the period 2008 - 2014. Specifically working within the Bangladeshi financial sector, the analysis is confined to the domestic commercial banks operating in the Bangladeshi financial sector during the period 2008-2014. In order to achieve the study objectives and to answer some questions, the ratio analysis and CAMEL has been used. The study found that the higher capital ratio, Tier-1, and growth in total deposits for Islamic banks than conventional banks. On the other hand, Islamic banks are not able to good perform with ROA, ROE and cost-to-income ratio while conventional banks showed satisfactory performance in utilizing funds which was proved in this analysis as high ROA, ROE and cost-to-income ratio. This study shows that management efficiency regarding operating expenses positively and significantly affects the banks’ profitability.
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