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Sustainable Financial Performance of Select Banks

Dr. Mohmad Mushtaq Khan, Dr. K. Bhavana Raj

Vol 16, No 09 ( 2021 )   |  DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.6552970   |   Author Affiliation: Assistant Professor, KLHBS, KL University Hyderabad; Assistant Professor, IPE (Institute of Public Enterprise), Hyderabad   |   Licensing: CC 4.0   |   Pg no: 22-30   |   Published on: 23-09-2021


The paper discusses the CSR implications in the Indian banking sector, corporate conscience disclosure practices and their effect on monetary performance. ‘Solvency’ shows ability to pay its bills in the long term and ‘Profitability’ shows the ability of a business to earn profits in relation to investments. So, all these variables shows performance of a business in different areas. Previous studies show that these variables are correlated and if one variable increases or decreases, it impacts the one or the other. This paper throws a light on the CSR activities in a developing country's financial sector.


Corporate Social Responsibility, Liquidity, Profitability, Efficiency, Profitability.