Bank Ratings in Emerging Asia - Methodology, Information and Technology (EAGLES vs CAMEL)

The CAMEL and EAGLES analysis are now written in greater detail.

Vong, J. (et al.) (2015). Bank Ratings in Emerging Asia - Methodology, Information and Technology in Emerging Technologies for Emerging Markets, Springer New York, pg 25 - 35.



Bank Risk Management: 14 indicators for consideration

To: Ferry
From: Dr John Vong

Thank you for reminding me of the key indicators that ought to be monitored by bank supervisors, as spoken at the BSMR Indonesia Conference 2010.

There are at least 15 indicators for bank supervisors to monitor pertaining to the level of risk management undertaken in banks.

Most of them are available but some bank supervision authorities might have overlook the importance of Indicators No. 6,7,8 and 13,14, 15 (and comparing them to see the whole picture of what is actually happening in the banks) as an approach to risk management.

CAMELS vs EAGLES: PhD research

Dear John,
Thank you very much for your kindness sending me your articles.
This time i'm preparing my thesis. Honestly, first i was interested to write 'bout CAMEL. But after finding your blog (www.leadership.com), and read bout "Why CAMEL failed to recognize the weakness of banks...." , i'm so interested to know more bout this EAGLES and the basic knowledge of it. If you have any other articles bout EAGLES, would you please send me?? it will be so helpful for my thesis. Well, to be true, i have difficulties in searching EAGLES topics on the net. bunches of thanks.

What fundamental changes can be expected from Banks?

Dear Readers

Many readers have asked whether there are any recent research articles based on EAGLES and SRQ. The straight answer is there are none.
The reasons are:

  1. We need to plan carefully how, where and when we present our research.
    The banking sector in every nation is a powerful lobby group.
    (My travel visa was nearly revoked twice in 2 countries for presenting research papers on the macroview on weakness of the banking sector. No bank names were disclosed. Many central banks do not wish to hear external researchers telling them the bad news).
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