Bank group-wise comparison of loan recovery performance of commercial banks in India.

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Date: Jan. 25, 2021
Publisher: Inderscience Publishers Ltd.
Document Type: Brief article
Length: 116 words

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In scholarly banking literature, the non-performing loans are associated with bank runs, bank failure and eventual management quality of banks. Non-performing loans have both exogenous and endogenous attributions in banking literature. However, macroeconomic conditions in an economy being ceteris paribus, empirical literature finds support for the 'bad management' hypothesis attributing high degree of non-performing loans to individual administration of the banks. This paper empirically analyses the non-performing assets indicators related to loan recoveries of the four commercial bank groups in Indian banking sector and compares the divergences in those indicators using ANOVA and GLS panel data regression model and attributes these divergences to the management quality of the bank groups. Byline: Robin Thomas, Shailesh Singh Thakur

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Gale Document Number: GALE|A654239904