ANALYSIS OF THE PROFITABILITY INDICATORS AND THE INDICATORS FOR ASSESSING THE QUALITY OF BANK ASSETS IN EU MEMBER STATES IN THE PERIOD FROM 2007 TO 2017

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Keywords
banks; banking system; profitability indicators; earnings after taxes; return on equity; return on assets; indicators for assessing the quality of bank assets; risk exposures on loans and advance payments; loan impairments; specific provisions; European Union

Summary
The research paper analyses the profitability of banks in EU Member States -earnings after taxes, return on equity and return on assets. It also reviews the dynamics of the indicators for assessing the quality of bank assets, such as the share of watch exposures and non-performing exposures on loans and advance payments, specific provisions and loan impairments of banks in the European Union and the euro area, since, similar to the profitability indicators, they are strongly affected by financial crises.

JEL: G210
Pages: 33
Price: 2 Points

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