An Analysis of the Profitability of Selected Indian Public, Private, and Foreign Banks

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Year : 2023 | Volume : | : | Page : –
By

C.M. Sajisha,

V.T Dhanaraj,

  1. Research Scholar Rathinam College of Arts and Science Tamil Nadu India
  2. Head & Associate Professor Rathinam College of Arts and Science Tamil Nadu India

Abstract

A “commercial bank” is a type of financial institution that offers checking account services, disburses different loans, takes deposits, and sells certificates of deposit (CDs) and savings accounts to individuals and small businesses. The majority of people do their financial transactions with commercial banks. To earn income, commercial banks issue and collect interest on loans such as mortgages, business loans, auto loans, and personal loans. Deposits from customers provide banks with the funding they need to make these loans. Basic banking services are provided by commercial banks to the general public, including both small and medium-sized enterprises and individual customers. Commercial banks have historically been situated in structures where clients come to conduct ordinary banking transactions using ATMs and teller window services. Most banks now enable their clients to do the majority of in-person transactions-including transfers, deposits, and bill payments online, thanks to advancements in technology.

Keywords: Profitability, Indian public banks, private banks, foreign banks, commercial bank

How to cite this article: C.M. Sajisha, V.T Dhanaraj. An Analysis of the Profitability of Selected Indian Public, Private, and Foreign Banks. NOLEGEIN Journal of Corporate & Business Laws. 2023; ():-.
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Received September 5, 2022
Accepted September 14, 2022
Published January 14, 2023