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Sélection de clientèle et exclusion bancaire

  • Nicolas Eber

[eng] Selection and exclusion in the banking sector . For any bank, the crucial point is to discriminate the « good » customer from the « bad ». Thus the need for systematic method to discriminate. This discrimination is made difficult due to the existence of information asymetries. . JEL Classification : D82 [fre] Pour toutes les banques, la sélection de la clientèle est un problème crucial. Il s’agit de déterminer quels clients doivent être servis et quels clients doivent être rationnés ou exclus. Pour cela, il convient de trouver des méthodes permettant une telle sélection. Au plan théorique, la question est de comprendre les origines et les enjeux du problème de la sélection de clientèle. D’une manière évidente, l’origine fondamentale du problème réside dans l’imperfection de l’information concernant le risque des clients. Bien entendu, l’information imparfaite rend difficile pour la banque d’évaluer avec exactitude le risque d’un client et rend donc complexe la procédure de sélection des clients acceptables. . Classification JEL : D82

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Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Revue d'économie financière.

Volume (Year): 58 (2000)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Pages: 79-96

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