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With reference to the largest European banks (by asset size) over the period 2003–2010, our analysis shows a positive link between bank profitability and the new liquidity measure, the Net Stable Funding Ratio. Hence, our results indicate that far from having a negative impact on bank profitability, the compliance of the NSFR threshold will lead to a strengthening of financial stability without adversely affecting banks’ performance. This result is of particular interest to regulators who, by means of the new Basel III rules, are trying to provide greater stability for the financial systems without imposing overmuch cost, thus negatively affecting the banks’ performance.
The results of the analysis show a number of differences between average Z-Scores across industries. If we also take into account the fact that there is no actual evidence of default in European listed companies that can be directly compared to those experienced by the US market during the same observation period, we can draw the conclusion that the implied similarity between the European and the US markets is not perfect. 2 Literature review Credit decision processes are typically based on a financial statement analysis of the borrower.
Balance Sheet, 12(3), 15–21. Wilson, I. (2004). Implementing Basel II: A case study based on the Barclays Basel II preparations, Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, 12(4), pp. 297–305. Wold, M. (2006). Basel II Moves Operational Risk Into the Open, Securities Industry News, 18(33) p. 22. 1 Introduction Until now, financial performance indicators as a means of default forecast tools have been less frequently employed in Europe than in the United States; a widespread practice in fact is that each financial institution develops and applies its own bankruptcy prediction model.
Bank Performance, Risk and Securitization by Joseph Falzon