Operational characteristics, strategies and performance of foreign and demestic banks in India
This paper has tried to examine the relative characteristics and performance of foreign and domestic banks operating in India. A comparison of their characteristics undoubtedly suggest that foreign banks as a group differ significantly from domestic banks. It was also found that foreign banks enjoyed higher profitability than the domestic banks. The higher profitability of the former was a reflection of their particular operational characteristics, strategies and the favourable attitude of the Government of India and Reserve Bank of India towards foreign banks vis a vis domestic banks.
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|Publication status:||Published in MDI Management Journal 2.7(1994): pp. 51-66|
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- Keshari, Pradeep K & Paul, Thomas M, 1994. "Relative efficiency of foreign and domestic Banks," MPRA Paper 47072, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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