Influence of bank stability on the financial performance of commercial banks in South Sudan
Bak Barnaba Chol,
Elizabeth Kalunda Nthambi and
Joseph N. Kamau
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Bak Barnaba Chol: Chandaria School of Business, United States International University â€“Africa, Nairobi, Kenya
Elizabeth Kalunda Nthambi: Chandaria School of Business, United States International University â€“Africa, Nairobi, Kenya
Joseph N. Kamau: Chandaria School of Business, United States International University â€“Africa, Nairobi, Kenya
International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147-4478), 2019, vol. 8, issue 5, 251-257
Despite increasing bank competitiveness within the country for the past half-decade there has been scant literature examining their stability in the face of the numerous internal factors and economic shocks. Hence the current research aims to determine if bank stability has any effect on commercial bankâ€™s fiscal performance in South Sudan. The study was guided by the CAMEL model metrics (ROA and ROE) in measuring stability and its influence on the monetary performance of commercial banks. SPSS 23 was used to carry out subsequent descriptive and inferential statistical analysis. The study was primarily grounded on the CAMEL model. The correlation tests indicated that asset quality had a strong positive effect on monetary performance of commercial banks p= .784; a strong positive effect of management efficiency p= .758 and liquidity p= .620. Key Words:Bank Stability, Asset Quality
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