Yıl 2017, Cilt , Sayı 18, Sayfalar 53 - 70 2017-01-01

NON-TRADITIONAL ACTIVITIES AND FUNDING STRUCTURES: AN ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN TURKEY

Pelin ÖZEK [1]

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The purpose of this paper is to identify the effects of bank characteristics on non-traditional activities and funding structures of commercial banks. Using data from 24 commercial banks operating in Turkey over the period 2006-2014, it is found that bank characteristics have an important role in explaining non-traditional activities and funding structures. According to the findings, bank size is statistically significant in explaining each component of non-interest income. Faster growth and higher profitability are essentially associated with higher trading income. Also, foreign ownership has a significant impact on fee and commission income and trading income. Findings regarding the funding structures of commercial banks show that foreign ownership and loan loss provisions are important factors in explaining the ratio of non-deposit funding to total liabilities.
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Bibtex @ { ulikidince279890, journal = {Uluslararası İktisadi ve İdari İncelemeler Dergisi}, issn = {1307-9832}, eissn = {1307-9859}, address = {Kenan ÇELİK}, year = {2017}, volume = {}, pages = {53 - 70}, doi = {}, title = {NON-TRADITIONAL ACTIVITIES AND FUNDING STRUCTURES: AN ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN TURKEY}, key = {cite}, author = {ÖZEK, Pelin} }
APA ÖZEK, P . (2017). NON-TRADITIONAL ACTIVITIES AND FUNDING STRUCTURES: AN ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN TURKEY. Uluslararası İktisadi ve İdari İncelemeler Dergisi, (18), 53-70. Retrieved from http://dergipark.gov.tr/ulikidince/issue/26590/279890
MLA ÖZEK, P . "NON-TRADITIONAL ACTIVITIES AND FUNDING STRUCTURES: AN ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN TURKEY". Uluslararası İktisadi ve İdari İncelemeler Dergisi (2017): 53-70 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/ulikidince/issue/26590/279890>
Chicago ÖZEK, P . "NON-TRADITIONAL ACTIVITIES AND FUNDING STRUCTURES: AN ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN TURKEY". Uluslararası İktisadi ve İdari İncelemeler Dergisi (2017): 53-70
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ISNAD ÖZEK, Pelin . "NON-TRADITIONAL ACTIVITIES AND FUNDING STRUCTURES: AN ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN TURKEY". Uluslararası İktisadi ve İdari İncelemeler Dergisi / 18 (Ocak 2017): 53-70.