Measuring Financial Performance Based on CAMEL: A Study on Selected Islamic Banks in Bangladesh
Keywords:CAMEL Rating Analysis, Islamic Banks, Financial Performance, Bangladesh
The aim of this paper is to analyze the financial performance of three selected Islamic Banks (Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited, Export Import Bank of Bangladesh Limited, Shahjalal Islami Bank Limited) over a period of eight years (2007-2014) in Bangladeshi banking sectors. For this reason, CAMEL Rating Analysis approach has been conducted and it is found that all the selected Islamic Banks are in strong position on their composite rating system. They are basically sound in every respect i.e., sound in capital adequacy, asset quality, management quality, earning capacity and liquidity conditions.
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