A CAMEL Model Analysis of Selected Banks in Bangladesh
Md. Tofael Hossain, Majumder
Mohammed Mizanur, Rahman
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This study attempts mainly to measure the financial performance of the fifteen (15) selected banks in Bangladesh and to identify whether any significant difference exists in the performance of the selected banks for the period 2009- 2013. CAMEL Model has been used to examine the financial strength of the selected banks. Composite Rankings, Average, and ANOVA-test by using SPSS are applied here to reach conclusion through the comparative and significant analysis of different parameters of CAMEL. It is found that under the capital adequacy ratio parameter IBBL is the top position, while IFICBL got lowest rank. Under the asset quality parameter, AIBL held the top rank while RBL held the lowest rank. Under management efficiency parameter, it is observed that top rank taken by EBL and lowest rank taken by RBL. In terms of earning quality parameter the capability of EBL got the top rank while TBL was at the lowest position. Under the liquidity parameter DBBL stood on the top position and NCCBL & BAL both are on the lowest position. By considering all of the parameters of CAMEL, it is seen that EBL is the top position assessed by the CAMEL Model compared to other banks under the study because of its strong performance on the Capital Adequacy, Asset Quality, Management and Earnings Ability. EIBBL is the second position, followed by DBBL, AIBL, IBBL and other banks respectively. On the other hand, RBL is the lowest position compared to other banks under the study because of its poor performance on the Capital Adequacy, Asset Quality, Management Efficiency and Earnings Ability. Therefore, RBL should improve the weaknesses of the mentioned ratios of the CAMEL. The ANOVA test signifies that there is a significant difference in the performance of the selected banks in Bangladesh assessed by the CAMEL model. Therefore, the policy maker of the related lowest ranking banks should take necessary steps to improve their weaknesses from the findings under the study.