Spanish credit institutions: do efficiency and solvency support the first decisions on bank restructuring from a financial point of view 2008-2012?
Marín Hernández Salvador (),
Gras Gil Ester () and
Marcos Antón Renart ()
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Marín Hernández Salvador: Universidad de Murcia
Gras Gil Ester: Universidad de Murcia
Contaduría y Administración, 2015, vol. 60, issue 2, 367-388
The restructuring processes of the Spanish financial entities over the last years has led us to analyze financially how efficiency and solvency of banks and savings banks explain the decisions of incorporation and control of these entities. We analyze 51 Spanish financial entities for the period 2008-2012. The results show higher solvency and efficiency of banks over savings banks. On the other hand, after the first integrations it is observed that it is still early for these ratios to improve on the results obtained by the entities before the integrations. However, from the financial point of view, these integrations do explain how correct the start-up and intensification of the restructuring processes were. There are some exceptions to the global criteria, which are explained by the size, strength and structure of the business and the closeness of its financial management scope to the area and business structure of the bigger banking groups.
Keywords: Restructuring; Financial system; Sistema institucional de protección; Efficiency; Solvency (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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