Is the Size of an Entity a Determining Factor of Its Perfomance Measurement?
A. Javier Pérez García
The objective of the article is to contrast if the size of a financial entity is a determining variable, in its performance measurement. To demonstrate this, we have carried out a static cross analysis, in relation exercise for 1995, performing a thorough and individual financial analysis on 93 Spanish financial entities. Once the determining factors of the performance measurement have been identified, we go the level of relation between variables in order to determine a class of entities in terms of their performance measurement applying multivariable analysis techniques. The study draws attention to the fact that the size of the financial entities is not a determining performance measurement. We detect the existence of five different performance models, confirming from a technical point of view, a greater dimension is not a guarantee of better results in the m of the entity. However, we cannot ignore the fact that there are reasons, of important political CI suppose that the increase in rentability to be a consequence of its growth.
size and banking, banking management, management gauge.
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