An Analysis of the Efficiency of Philippine Financial InstitutionsJournal: The Journal of Social Sciences Research (Vol.1, No. 4)
Publication Date: 2015-11-07
Authors : HuiChen Chiang; YihChing Tsaih;
Page : 37-40
Keywords : Banking industry; Effectiveness; Emerging markets.;
A non parametric analysis is performed in the banking industry in the Philippines. This study is of interest from several points of view. First, it is of use for those who are interested in understanding how Philippine banks performed prior and throughout the global financial crisis. The study will point to which banking models handled the financial crisis well. Secondly, this would be of interest for those who are interested in comparing and contrasting the performance of different types of banking models in the Asia Pacific. As more local banks consider expanding overseas, there are various options in terms of banking models to consider, branch to the subsidiary, commercial to universal, each with its strict regulatory guidelines. For a developing economy, such as the Philippines, we aim to show the impact of different models based on traditionally used inputs of measuring banking performance, and applying it to our non parametric model. The study‘s conclusions point to the universal banking model is the most consistently efficient models of banking in the Philippines.
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