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The effect of offering Sharia compliant products on financial performance of commercial banks in Kenya
The banking industry is a key sector in the Kenyan economy. As profit seekers, commercial banks are inclined to formulate policies that aim at diversifying their portfolio and thus guaranteeing some minimum rate of return. ...
The relationship between non-performing loans management practices and financial performance of commercial banks in Kenya
Most developing economies that undergo the process of financial liberalization have banking systems that are burdened by a large proportion of bad loans and risky credits. Bad loans have created several problems for ...
The impact of credit risk management on financial performance of commercial banks in Kenya
The objective of this study was to analyze the impact of credit risk management on the financial performance and to establish if there exists any relationship between the credit risk management determinants by use of CAMEL ...
The influence of human resource management practices on financial performance of commercial banks in Kenya
The financial/banking sector is human capital intensive since it relies heavily on its human resource capital to offer services to its clients. This implies that the human capital plays a critical role in order for the ...
The effect of business process outsourcing on the financial performance of commercial banks in Kenya
Outsourcing is a widely used business practice for organizations that are in an effort to improve firm performance and add value to their firms. Empirical studies show that outsourcing has very limited positive impact ...
The effects of technological innovations on the financial performance of the commercial banks in Kenya
A fundamental assumption of much recent research in operations improvement and operations learning has been that technological innovation has a direct bearing on performance improvements (Upton and Kim, 1999). This study ...