Evaluating Performance Of Banks Through Camel Model: A Case Study Of Sbi And Icici
AbstractThe present supervisory system in banking sector is a substantial improvement over the earlier system in terms of frequency, coverage and focus as also the tools employed. Nearly one-half of the Basle Core Principles for Effective Banking Supervision has already been adhered to and the remaining is at a stage of implementation. Two Supervisory Rating Models, based on CAMELS and CACS factors for rating of the Indian Commercial Banks and Foreign Banks operating in India respectively, have been worked out on the lines recommended by the Padmanabhan Working Group (1995). These ratings would enable the Reserve Bank to identify the banks whose condition warrants special supervisory attention. This paper studies the performance of SBI and ICICI through CAMEL Model for the period 2000-01 to 2004-05. It is found that SBI has an edge over its counterpart ICICI in terms of Capital Adequacy. However, the vice versa is true regarding assets quality, earning quality and management quality. The liquidity position of both the banks is sound and does not differ significantly.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by IUP Publications in its journal The IUP Journal of Bank Management.
Volume (Year): V (2006)
Issue (Month): 3 (August)
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