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In our study we are focusing on the average profitability of the Hungarian commercial banking sector from 2005 to 2014 with special attention on the effects of the financial crisis. In our globalized world the unavoidable question is how the profitability of our banks fits the same values of the North-American and European, especially the V4 commercial banks. In order to find a well-established answer we carried on a financial ratio analysis with the help of the Bankscope database, which was extended with a panel analysis. On the basis of the time series it can be concluded that the performance of the Hungarian commercial banks – at least in case of the profitability- was in a steady decline and far away from the V3 numbers. It cannot be stated that the higher profitability delivers only advantages for the affected national economies. However it is presumed that the interests of the shareholders have an effect on the quantity and quality of the debts, indirectly on the development of the total economy

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  • Lászlo Gyulai

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  • Gábor Szűcs

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  • Lászlo Gyulai & Gábor Szűcs, 2017. "In our study we are focusing on the average profitability of the Hungarian commercial banking sector from 2005 to 2014 with special attention on the effects of the financial crisis. In our globalized ," Proceedings- 11th International Conference on Mangement, Enterprise and Benchmarking (MEB 2017),, Óbuda University, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management.
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