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Browsing Theses and Dissertations by Subject "Banks and banking--Lebanon"

Browsing Theses and Dissertations by Subject "Banks and banking--Lebanon"

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  • Bchara, Raymona (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2016)
    Purpose: This thesis attempts to explore the impact of adoption of online banking, through its various media and communication channels, on branch expansion and overall banks profitability. We use a sample of 17 Lebanese commercial banks constituting 90% of the Lebanese commercial banks sector, from 2004 till 2013. Design/ Methodology/ Approach: this study is based on a quantitative model with a deductive approach. Secondary data was collected from BILANBANQUES to feed into a multiple regression models. The independent variables are the following variables: year adoption of mobile banking, phone ...
  • Karam, Iline (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2016)
    Purpose - This paper aims at investigating the impact of bank liquidity on the risk-taking behavior of the Lebanese commercial banks. Methodology - To achieve this objective, this study considers the impact of seven variables, namely, liquidity, size, capital, profitability, loan ratio, efficiency and revenue diversification by using a panel data of audited financial statement of Lebanese commercial banks for the period from 2008 to 2015. Three models were tested depending on the definition of risk and eight hypotheses were investigated using the fixed effect model. Findings - Empirical ...
  • Bou Abdo, Celine (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2017)
    Purpose: The objective of this thesis is to estimate and compare the capital requirements of an SME portfolio belonging to a Lebanese Commercial Bank under different regulatory frameworks, Basel I, Basel II and Basel III, in addition to illustrating the calculation of the capital adequacy ratio to comply with the requirements of BDL and BCCL. Design/methodology/approach: The sample used consists of a portfolio of loans granted by a Lebanese commercial bank to 1,099 different clients as of June 30, 2017. The study aims first at demonstrating the several approaches (Standardized Approach, IRB ...
  • Ghasb Salem, Chantal (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2015)
    Purpose: The thesis will try the measure the efficiency of Lebanese banks, to rank and rate them using multiple approaches and taking into considerations the effect of bank size. The main objective is to compare the efficiency score to the actual ranking to see if there is any discrepancy and to see if the performance of large banks is better than that of unlisted banks. Design/ methodology/ approach: only top ten Lebanese banks are included in this thesis due to scarcity of information. Data for the study cover the period from 2008 to 2012. For the analysis and ranking of banks ‘efficiency, ...
  • Zakhour, Rayan Joseph (Notre Dame University-Louaize, 2013)
    As the world is in an accelerating transformation towards sustainable development, the Lebanese population seems to be concerned about the environment and ready to invest in sustainable buildings. This study assessed the understanding on the sustainability among the Lebanese population and checked to which extent they are ready to invest in green buildings. The research was conducted online using an online survey engine and reached more than 400 respondents all over the Lebanese territory in a descriptive and experimental approach. The results were analyzed using the SPSS statistical package and ...

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