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|Title:||Theory and practice of capital estimation methods : an application in bank management|
|Authors:||Posnaya, Elena Anatolievna|
Kaznova, M. I.
Shapiro, I. E.
Vorobyova, I. G.
|Keywords:||Banks and banking -- Russia|
Bank management -- Russia
Banking law -- Russia
|Publisher:||University of Piraeus. International Strategic Management Association|
|Citation:||Posnaya, E. A., Kaznova, M. I., Shapiro, I. E., & Vorobyova, I. G. (2018). Theory and practice of capital estimation methods : an application in bank management. European Research Studies Journal, 21(Special issue 2), 497-505.|
|Abstract:||The mechanism of the banking institution’s capital management is a complex array of effective management’s actions and activities aimed at maximization of profit. Banking institutions should carry out theoretical and practical analysis of existing methods of capital estimation in order to develop appropriate management decisions. Nowadays, every banking institution should accentuate the key points and properly define priorities in the bank management system, as it directly influences the main goal of the bank’s activity, i.e., profit-making. Special attention should be paid to bank capital estimation, as the correct capital estimation influences the bank’s activity; the capital plays a dominant role and is considered to be a base value for planning, forecasting and implementing banking transactions. Taking into consideration the existing legislative framework and the experience of various countries in bank capital estimation, it is proposed to identify strengths and weaknesses of the existing methods of bank capital estimation to determine proposals for appropriate estimation.|
|Appears in Collections:||European Research Studies Journal, Volume 21, Special Issue 2|
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