A Study on the Relationship between Financial Performance and Credit Risk: A Case Study of Maskan Bank Iran

Ali Beigy, Hamid Rostamijaz, Afshin Armin


Credit risk is one of the most important risk generation factors in the banks and financial institutions. Credit risk can be defined as the unexpected events that usually occur in the form of a change in the value of assets or liabilities. The financial health of banks and credit financial institutions plays an important role in growth, development and stability of countries’ economic. The main objective of this study is to investigate the relationship of capital adequacy, and assets quality with credit risk; the case study of Maskan bank. To verify the research hypotheses, multiple regression test has been used. The results of the hypotheses testing show that there is a significant relationship between capital adequacy, assets quality, and credit risk.

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