RAROC & EVA :The New Drivers of Business Growth in Indian Banks
AbstractThrough RAROC and EVA tools, Banks can establish a good risk management culture that can create competitive advantage and improve shareholder value
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Date of creation: 12 Oct 2007
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RAROC; EVA; Integrated Risk Management; Banking;
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