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Chapter No.
C
ontent
Page No
Li
st of Tables
Li
st of Figures
Ex
ecutive summary
1.
In
troduction

Overview of Banking

Objective of study

Research methodology

Limitation of study
2.
Re
view of literature
CAMELS Framework
3.
C
ompany profi le

HDFC BANK

SBI

AXIS BANK

IDBI

ICICI BANK
4.
Fi
ndings and conclusion
5.
Bi
bliography

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Chapter No.
Co
ntent
Page No
Li
st of Tables
Li
st of Figures
Ex
ecutive summary
1.
Int
roduction
Overview of Banking
Objective of study

Research methodology
Limitation of study
2.
Re
view of literature
CAMELS Framework
3.
Co
mpany profile
HDFC BANK
SBI
AXIS BANK
IDBI
ICICI BANK
4.
Fin
dings and conclusion
5.
Bib
liography

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The banking sector has
been undergoing a complex, but comprehensive phase of
restructuring since 199
1, with a view to make it sound, efficient, and at the same
time it is forging its lin
ks firmly with the real sector for promotion of savings,
investment and growth
. Although a complete turnaround in banking sector
performance is not exp
ected till the completion of reforms, signs of improvement
are visible in some indi
cators under the CAMELS framework. Under this bank is
required to enhance ca
pital adequacy, strengthen asset quality, improve
management, increase
earnings and reduce sensitivity to various financial risks.
The almost simultaneo
us nature of these developments makes it difficult to
disentangle the positiv
e impact of reform measures.
CAMELS Framewor
k
CAMELS norms are t
he supervisory frameworkconsisting of risk-monitoring
factors used for evaluat
ing the performance of banks. This framework involves
the analysis of six grou
ps of indicators reflecting the health of financial
institutions. The indica
tors are as follows:


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The banking sector has

been undergoing a complex, but compre


hensive phase of
restructuring since 199
1, with a view to make it sound, efficient
, and at the same
time it is forging its link
s firmly with the real sector for promoti
on of savings,
investment and growth.
Although a complete turnaround in ban
king sector
performance is not exp
ected till the completion of reforms, sign
s of improvement
are visible in some indi
cators under the CAMELS framework.
Under this bank is
required to enhance cap
ital adequacy, strengthen asset quality, i
mprove
management, increase e
arnings and reduce sensitivity to variou
s financial risks.
The almost simultaneou
s nature of these developments makes it
difficult to
disentangle the positive
impact of reform measures.
CAMELS Framework
CAMELS norms are th
e supervisory frameworkconsisting of r
isk-monitoring
factors used for evaluat
ing the performance of banks. This fram
ework involves
the analysis of six grou
ps of indicators reflecting the health of fi
nancial
institutions. The indicat
ors are as follows:
Executive Summery

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