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The Asian Banker 300
2009-2010 Edition

Sustainability Strained

The annual definitive ranking and survey of Asia Pacific's largest and strongest banks.

  • Provides a comprehensive ranking of the Top 300 commercial banks in the region, detailing ranking of the players based on asset size, deposits, loans, net interest and operating income, operating expenses and profits, net profits, shareholders' equity, and measures of efficiencies including operational ratios (return on assets, return on equity, cost to income, cost to assets), liquidity ratios (loan to deposits), capital ratios (equity to assets), capital adequacy and tier 1 ratios, and gross non-performing loan (NPL) ratio.

  • Introduces an alternative a definitive ranking and survey of Asia Pacific's largest and strongest banks methodology, Asia’s Strongest Bank, that looks beyond the conventional Asset size-rankings and takes several important variables into account. Asia’s Strongest Bank is a dynamic ranking that considers four major performance criteria: financial and operational parameters, asset quality, and improvements in profits and assets vis-à-vis the previous year. This ranking explodes the myth that, in banking, bigger necessarily means better.

  • Discusses issues pertinent and unique to the 12 regional countries covered, including the persistent legacy NPL problems, consolidation activities, future growth engines, amongst others.

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