Banking on change

WHEN investors scrutinise the profitability of the banking sector, a common parameter used as a yardstick is the net interest margin (NIM).

The NIM is derived from the net interest profit, itself defined as the difference a bank makes between the interest it pays out to depositors and the interest it gains from lending, which is then divided by all the income earnings assets of the bank.

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