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Banking capitalization and financial development in Chad: the comparative effects of the banking process

Djimoudjiel, Djekonbe (2018): Banking capitalization and financial development in Chad: the comparative effects of the banking process.

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Abstract

Chadian government’s decision to integrate officials in 2009 to banking sectors should promote financial development firstly and then to give visibility in the government expenditures. The purpose of this article is to highlight the implications of capitalization and bank risk management on financial development in Chad before and after the banking (financial inclusion) of Chadian officials. To achieve this goal, we used Generalized Method of moment (GMM) and the Seemingly Unrelated Regression (SUR) estimators on truncate data from Chadian banks during the period 2000-2015. As result, Chadian banks recapitalize to reduce bank risks, while risks negatively affect financial development before the start of the banking process. During the period of the mass banking and despite the risk inherent to Chadian customers, the recapitalization of the banks however improved in weak proportion the financial development in Chad.

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