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Performance And Risk: Empirical Evidence From Rhb Bank

Hashim, Nur Athira (2017): Performance And Risk: Empirical Evidence From Rhb Bank.

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Abstract

This study will discuss about the relationship of many risks such as credit risk, liquidity risk, operational risk and market risk with the performance of a bank that is RHB Bank. All these factors will be calculated and will be seen about how much will it give effects to the performance of the company. In this paper, I will look for various journals and articles as sources to find about the relationship between the variables and the company’s performance. Besides, I provided descriptive findings of one of the bank in Malaysia and that’s RHB Bank where all the risks will be calculated to the following ratio as non-performing loan ratio will be used to measure the credit risk of the bank, total cash over total assets will be used to measure the liquidity risk of the bank, operating efficiency ratio will be used to measure operating risk and market risk used the rate of inflation, Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and the bank’s return on assets as the variable to measure the market risk. The findings regarding of the relationship of risks and the performance of the company from the journals will be discussed and be related to the descriptive findings from the RHB Bank. Based on the discussion, most of the relationships of all the risks and the performance of the bank are in tally and consistent with the findings calculated for RHB Bank.

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