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Title: The influence of financial inclusion on banks’ performance and risk: new evidence from MENAP
Authors: Shihadeh, Fadi
Keywords: financial inclusion
branches
performance
risk
bank
penetration
MENAP
Issue Date: 4-Mar-2020
Publisher: Business Perspectives
Citation: Shihadeh,F.2020. The influence of financial inclusion on banks’ performance and risk: new evidence from MENAP. Banks and Bank Systems, 15(1), 59-71. doi:10.21511/bbs.15(1).2020.07
Series/Report no.: 15(1), 2020;
Abstract: This study seeks to investigate the relationship between financial inclusion factors and banks’ performance and risk among MENAP countries. The sample includes 271 banks located in 24 countries in the region that are interconnected, and micro- and macro-variables that affect the performance and risk levels of these banks. The results indicate that enhancing the level of financial inclusion in the region can increase banks’ performance and decrease their risk. They also point out where these banks could ben-efit more from financial inclusion in terms of reducing their risks. Future research may include investigating financial inclusion tools to explore the relationship between financial inclusion and banks’ performance and risk in developing countries. More re-search can be conducted on each MEANP country to analyze their characteristics and the influence of financial inclusion on bank performance and risk. In addition, future research should be conducted to study the relationship between regulations, rules and financial inclusion across countries and economies.
URI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21511/bbs.15(1).2020.07
https://scholar.ptuk.edu.ps/handle/123456789/775
ISSN: 1991-7074
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