Credit Analysis of Banks

Credit Analysis of Banks

Credit analysis is industry-specific. Moorad discusses the bank-specific financial ratios used to assess a bank's asset quality and benefits for a bank of obtaining a credit rating.
Overview

When analysing a bank, or other financial institutions, credit analysts will have a narrower focus on their customer base, asset quality and their level of loans. Additionally, they will use a variety of measures such as loss reserves and net losses.

Key learning objectives:

  • What bank-specific considerations are made by credit analysts?

  • What financial ratios can be used to assess a bank’s asset quality?

  • What are the reasons for obtaining a credit rating?

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