Best Banks and NBFCs

Best Banks and NBFCs

Survey 2016: METHODOLOGY

The financial ratios were worked out by Ernst & Young's Muscat office from the 2016 annual reports of the respective banks. All banks were ranked on 15 individual parameters. The final ranking was arrived at by adding up their scores on all these parameters.

  • Equity in respect of Bank Dhofar and NBO includes Perpetual Tier 1 Capital.
  • Bank Muscat's operating income does not include results of associate.
  • Basic earnings per share has been adjusted as if nominal value of share was RO1.
  • Share capital does not include share premium.
  • Gross loans less impaired loans on which interest is not accrued or suspended, treasury bills, bank placements and carrying value of investment securities and associates.
  • Cash and bank balances are not considered.
  • AFS gain is gain on available for sale securities that is not recognised in income statement.
  • Deposits include customer deposits, floating rate notes, interest bearing subordinated liabilities. Tier 1 cap not included as it is part of equity.
  • Non performing loans include loans and advances on which interest is not being accrued or where interest is reserved.
  • Represents book value per share calculated as total equity dividend by the number of shares issued.
  • Oman Arab Bank is the only unlisted company in the survey. The ‘stock price’ parameter for OAB
  • represents book value per share calculated as total equity divided by the number of shares issued.

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