Comparison of banks of China and Australia by Return on Assets and Capital
Evgeniia Rubinshtein, Maxim Saltykov, Artur Nagapetyan, Yulia Diachenko, Anna Brizitskaya
Available Online June 2017.
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- banking systems; APEC members; Tier1 capital; statistical hypothesis testing; return on assets; return on capital
- Banking systems of two countries of APEC are the subject of the presented paper. Since 2014, Russia has been in partial isolation because the country is affected by the restrictive political and economic measures, so it becomes rational to strengthen economic relations with Asian countries. This region is very non-uniform: from the largest economies to microstates. Banking systems of such very different states, as the People's Republic of China and the Commonwealth of Australia were under consideration. More precise, the goal was to compare banking systems of two Asian countries, which are People's Republic of China and the Commonwealth of Australia, with respect to such economic indicators as return on assets and return on capital. Comparison in parameters Return on Assets and Return on Capital was carried out by two samples, representing the major banks of both countries. The methodology represents a statistical hypotheses test for variances and means. The result showed that with respect to Return on Assets and Return on Capital, two populations of banks are similar. The variables "Return on Capital" and "Return on Assets" are important for the manager, who makes decisions, and are in the line with standards of Basel Committee on Banking Supervision. Such approach could be applied to the research in different countries.
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TY - CONF AU - Evgeniia Rubinshtein AU - Maxim Saltykov AU - Artur Nagapetyan AU - Yulia Diachenko AU - Anna Brizitskaya PY - 2017/06 DA - 2017/06 TI - Comparison of banks of China and Australia by Return on Assets and Capital PB - Atlantis Press SP - 563 EP - 568 SN - 2352-5428 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/ttiess-17.2017.92 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/ttiess-17.2017.92 ID - Rubinshtein2017/06 ER -