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Performance Measurment of State-Owned Banks in Turkish Banking Sector with Grey Relational Analysis Method

S. Öznur Sakinc ()
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S. Öznur Sakinc: Hitit University

No 802215, Proceedings of International Academic Conferences from International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences

Abstract: Banking sector has a considerable impact on the development and growth of the national economy. Increase in the performance of this sector having an important place in the financial system of country, means to positive effects on the general economy. Today, importance of globalization and private capitalis increasing. But State-owned banks in Turkish Banking Sector have an important share of 30%. The main goal of private banks is profitability, so they don?t support the activities with low return, even though the people need. For these reasons state-owned banks were selected, in this study for measuring their performance. Performance measurement involves the process of assessing and reporting of the business activities in terms of success, effectiveness and timing. Sustainability in Performance Measurement provides a significant instrument for feedback of business for the planning in the next period. Business might develop their own service and product quality and they progress strategies to increase the performances of employees, revise their goals and make some revisions in the budget if it needs.Thus, an increase will be supplied in the efficiency and effectiveness of business. In this study, The Performances of State-owned banks in Turkish Banking Sector are analyzed with grey relational analysis method.In the analysis, four years of financial data is used related with banks between 2010-213 years. These data were analyzed by 15 ration which determine; capital adequacy, liquidity, asset quality and profitability criteria.

Keywords: Banking Sector; Performance In Banks; Performance Measurement; Grey Relational Analyze Method; State-Owned Banks (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: C67 G21 G29 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 10 pages
Date: 2014-10
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Published in Proceedings of the Proceedings of the 13th International Academic Conference, Antibes, Oct 2014, pages 499-508

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