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Valuate Banks

Valuate Banks

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ALTERNATIVE MODELS OFBANK PERFORMANCE
Chapter 4
Bank Management Bank Management 
,5th edition.5th edition.Timothy W. Koch and S. Scott MacDonaldTimothy W. Koch and S. Scott MacDonald
Copyright © 2003 by South-Western, a division of Thomson Learning
 
 
Traditional bank performance analysiscarries three basic flaws
It ignores the wide diversity in strategiespursued by different institutions
A bank’s total assets no longer serve as ameaningful yardstick when banks engagein off-balance sheet activities
The
analysis provides no directinformation concerning how or which of the bank’s activitiescontribute to the creation of shareholder value
 
 
Wide diversity in strategies pursued bydifferent institutions
When UBPRs were introduced, most banksdid similar things, which were reflected intheir balance sheet
They accepted deposits and made loans, andmany interest rates were regulated
The primary differentiation of performancewas balance sheet composition
Today, banks may pursue sharply differentstrategies

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