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History and comparative performance of the banking sector in Pakistan

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posted on 2023-01-19, 11:44 authored by Farooq Yahya Butt
Submission note: Submitted as per requirement of the degree of Master by Research in Economics to the School of Finance and Economics, Faculty of Law and Management, La Trobe University, Bundoora.

As the world has become more globalized, banks have been given the liberty to operate globally. Banks must perform efficiently in order to maximize profits for their shareholders and to benefit the stakeholders that have a significant interest in banking operations. The competition is greater than ever, which has made performance comparison even harder (Qayyum and Khan, 2006). […] To sum up, the performance of the banking sector is of vital importance to the economy. By improving their performance, the banks can win the confidence of the general public. They can develop the habit of banking among potential depositors, hence increasing the level of deposits with the banks.


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