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Banks’ ownership and their performance form two important dimensions of the entire gamut of banking function. This article strives to establish a link between the two by studying commercial banks in India. Conducting a panel data analysis of 89 commercial banks over the period from 2008–2009 to 2012–2013, one could observe that ownership indeed mattered when net interest margin (NIM) or per-employee profitability was considered, but when return on assets (ROA) was considered, there was not much of a difference among banks when differentiated on ownership basis.
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