CAMELS RATING SYSTEM
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We've been wondering, how do supervisory authorities rate banks and other financial institutions ?!
Supervisory authorities use a system known as the CAMELS system to evauluate and rate banks and financial institutions. The score is from 1-5, banks with a score of one are above average, very stable banks.
This system was developed and is used in the USA. The C in CAMELS stands for "Capital Adequacy." The A in CAMELS stands for "Asset Quality."
The M in CAMELS stands for "Management." The E in CAMELS stands for "Earnings."
The L in CAMELS stands for "Liquidity." The S in CAMELS stands for "Sensitivity." These criteria are what the ratings are based on.
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