The Role of Financial Structure Balance in Ensuring the Iraqi Bank Financial Health )An Analytical Study of A Sample of Banks Listed in Isx-Iq For the Period: 2015-2020)
|Article 6, Volume 41, Issue 136, December 2022, Pages 123-140 PDF (953.46 K)
|Document Type: Research Paper
|Purpose-The research aims to find the role of the financial structure balance in ensuring the financial health of Iraqi banks.
Design/ methodology/ approach- The current study is an analytical study; it uses different indicators (metrics) for the financing structure, represented by financing with ordinary shares (equity), financing with retained earnings, financing with debts, and financing with deposits. Moreover, measures of net current assets, accumulated profits employment, real production capacity, and the value of expected bankruptcy were used as measures of financial health. Data were collected from 20 banks listed on the Iraq Stock Exchange as a sample for the study out of 44 banks for the period from 2015 to 2020; the study also adopted two financial hypotheses: the first financial hypothesis was that the banks of the study sample depend in their operational actions on balanced financing structures, and the second hypothesis states that the banks in the study sample enjoy financial health systems that make the avoid various financial problems in the future. The statistical hypothesis, states that there is a significant influence relationship between the budget of the financial structure and ensuring financial health. Findings -The study concluded that all Iraqi banks do not have financial health systems.
Recommendations -The banks that do not have Financial health (Gulf Commercial Bank, Al-Atta Bank, Al-Mansour Bank, Baghdad Bank, International Development Bank, and Region Trade Bank) must rely on a balanced financing mixture that depends basically on financing with ordinary shares (equity) to improve their financial health.
|Financial Structure; Financial Health; Balanced Financing Mixture; Expected Bankruptcy
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