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The Effect of Financial Performance Indicators on Profitability in Bank Mellat
Mostafa Sargolzaei *1, Alireza Jalali Farahani2, Reza Afsari Badi3, Raziye Ahmadi4
1- Allameh Tabatabaei University
2- Bank Mellat Research Center and Strategic Revolution
3- Islamic Azad University Isfahan(Khorasgan branch)
4- Islamic Azad University (Science and Research branch)
Abstract:   (1349 Views)
Given the special and sensitive role of banks in the economic system of the country, any shock, disruption and inefficiency in the economic system has a direct impact on the activity of banks and financial institutions and phenomena such as high inflation or economic shocks and fluctuations such as sharp fluctuations in other markets, gold, and currency, will, directly and indirectly, affect the operating costs and cost of money, and ultimately the profitability of banks, In addition, due to the financial dependence of the manufacturing sectors on this important economic entity, any inefficiency or crisis in the banking system can lead to many problems in different sectors of the economy. This study has used Johansson-Joselius coefficient and vector error correction (VECM) and Q21397-Q11389 seasonal data to investigate the effect of some important financial performance indicators on Mellat Bank profitability. The results of this study show that variables of non-current facilities ratio to total facilities, debt-to-asset ratio and long-term deposit to total assets ratio and ROA have a negative relationship in the long run but between capital adequacy ratio, net operating income to total asset ratio and Facility on total deposits ratio and ROA There is a positive and significant relationship in the long run.
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Type of Study: Case Study | Subject: Financial Institutions and Services (G2)
Received: 2019/08/31 | Accepted: 2020/09/15 | Published: 2020/12/7

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