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DIU Faculty Ms. Rozina Akter (Left) & student Md. Sariful Islam (Right)

 

DIU Faculty Ms. Rozina Akter & student Md. Sariful Islam jointly presented a paper titled:"CAMELS Model Application of Non Bank Financial Institutions: Bangladesh Perspective at 2nd International Conference on Business and Economics "Interdisciplinary Solutions for Business Challenges in a New Global Order" Organized by Faculty of Business Studies, University of Dhaka on 30-10-17 & 31-10-17.

 

Abstract of the paper:

 

NBFI (Non-Bank Financial Institutions) is one of the significant sectors in every economy. NBFIs is one kind of financial institution that provides certain types of banking services, but do not hold a banking license. NBFIs can offer banking services such as loans and credit facilities, retirement planning, money market, underwriting, and merger activities. At present, there are 33 NBFIs, three are government owned, eleven are joint venture and nineteen are private owned. The goals of the research are to explore soundness of NBFIs in Bangladesh by using CAMELs model, and their future forecast of rating point by CAMELs Model. For achieving these goals we have used most popular methods for the evaluation of NBFIs performance, namely the CAMELS framework. CAMELS’ ratio mainly indicates the capital adequacy, assets quality, management efficiency, earnings, liquidity condition and sensitivity of the market risk. After the study we found that out of 33 NBFIs 1 was “1 or Strong”, 15 were “2 or Satisfactory”, 13 were “3 or Fair”, and 3 were “4 or Marginal” according to the CAMELS rating at end of the JUNE 2016.

 

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