Indian Banking Sector: Measurement and Analysis of Market Value Added
Najmus Sahar Sayed and
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Gazia Sayed: Oriental College of Commerce and Management, India
Journal of Applied Management and Investments, 2013, vol. 2, issue 3, 201-209
Banking in India has been through a long journey and have achieved a new height with the changing times. Majority of the banks are successful in keeping with the confidence of the shareholders but not all the banks are able to live upto the expectation of the shareholders. In order to grow and gain the faith of shareholders, organizations should create wealth for the shareholders. Various value-based management systems have been developed to judge the wealth creation. One of such model is MVA (Market Value Added). Authors have cho-sen this tool to evaluate the performance of the Indian Banks. We have chosen the banks that are listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). In this paper, the researchers have studied the MVA performance in the Indian banking industry as well as the researchers explored the relationship between MVA and other related variables namely, dividend pay/out ratio PATM, ROA, ROE, ROCE, CAR, NPA etc.
Keywords: MVA; capital adequacy ratio (CAR); dividend pay/out ratio; ROA; ROCE; dividend yield; NPA (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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