The Assessment of Banking Performances- Indicators of Performance in Bank Area
Caruntu Alexandru and
Marcel Laurentiu Romanescu
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Profitability is a management concept with the objective of assessment bank's results from efficiency point of view both for entirely activity and for differently management compounds.From conceptual point of view, profitability represents the modality to achieve the major goal of bank's activity, respectively the maximization of profit in minimization risk conditions. The approach from a quality perspective of activity results conducts to assessment of application modalities of different compunds of management, in comparison to the strategy elements, thus must to result the concrete degree to achieve the politic and banking strategy compunds.
Keywords: profitability; assets; balance; rentability (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: G32 H63 P1 P47 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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