2020
DOI: 10.17261/pressacademia.2020.1345
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Profitability determinants of Nepalese commercial banks

Abstract: Purpose-The purpose of this study is to examine the the key determinants of profitability of Nepalese commercial banks. Methodology-This study employs descriptive statistics to describe the profitability of Nepalese banks and its determinants. Further, the degree of correlation among different indicators of profitability and its determinants has been assessed by calculating correlation coefficient. Finally, this study has adopted a panel data regression model (Fixed Effect Model and Random Effect Model) to inv… Show more

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“…The size of Nepalese commercial banks denoted by total assets has positive significant impact on profitability of Nepalese commercial banks. This result is similar to the previous studies of Sufian (2010), Athanasoglou et al (2006), Flamini, McDonald andSchumacher (2009), Sufian and Habibullah (2009), Mahmud, Mallik, Imtiaz, and Tabassum (2016), Kawshala and Panditharathna (2017), Serwadda (2018), Ivan, Nazaria, and Jovena (2018) and Bhattarai (2016) but inconsistent with the findings of Ben naceur and Goaid (2008), Ben naceur (2003), Rahaman and Akhter (2015), Alshatti (2016), Neupane (2020) and Zerihun (2021). The bank can mobilize their resources based on their size for the achievement of target and goal of commercial banks for sound profitability…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 87%
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“…The size of Nepalese commercial banks denoted by total assets has positive significant impact on profitability of Nepalese commercial banks. This result is similar to the previous studies of Sufian (2010), Athanasoglou et al (2006), Flamini, McDonald andSchumacher (2009), Sufian and Habibullah (2009), Mahmud, Mallik, Imtiaz, and Tabassum (2016), Kawshala and Panditharathna (2017), Serwadda (2018), Ivan, Nazaria, and Jovena (2018) and Bhattarai (2016) but inconsistent with the findings of Ben naceur and Goaid (2008), Ben naceur (2003), Rahaman and Akhter (2015), Alshatti (2016), Neupane (2020) and Zerihun (2021). The bank can mobilize their resources based on their size for the achievement of target and goal of commercial banks for sound profitability…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 87%
“…The study also depicted that the total equity has not significant impact on the profitability of Nepalese commercial banks which indicates that high capitalization is not experienced for high returns. This result is consistent with the findings of Ben naceur and Goaid (2008), Ben naceur (2003), Sufian and Habibullah (2009), Kawshala and Panditharathna (2017) but the contrast with the finding of Sufian (2010), Athanasoglou et al (2006), Rahaman and Akhter (2015), Mahmud, Mallik, Imtiaz, and Tabassum (2016), Alshatti (2016), Bhattarai (2016) and Neupane (2020). The high capitalization of commercial banks reduces the divisible dividend because of proper utilization of the financial resources.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 86%
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“…In general, macroeconomic variables which are regularly used as determinants of financial institution overall performance from numerous researches are countrywide earnings or monetary increase, inflation, and hobby rates, [1]- [6] used the variables of monetary increase and inflation. Meanwhile, withinside the studies of [7]- [9] brought the change price variable two other measures that are often discussed related to bank performance that is often used return on assets (ROA) and return on equity or ROE [10]- [13].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…macro economic factors influence to the financial performance of the banks (Kirimi, Kariuki, &Ocharo, 2020;Brahmaiah, &Ranajee, 2018,Petria, Capraru, &Iulian, 2015. GDP, inflation rate, interest rate, and exchange rate have been established strong significant macroeconomic variables influencing the financial performance of banks (Neupane, 2020;Simiyu,&Ngile, 2015;Bhattarai, 2015;Saeed, 2014).…”
Section: Review Of Literaturementioning
confidence: 99%