Application of RODRIGO Model for the Preparation of Income Statement on the Bases of the Structural-Secondary Profits: Field Study of the Published Financial Reports of the National Bank of Bahrain 2009-2010
Volume 37, Issue 117, Pages 209-228
AbstractThe aim of this study is the application of the structural- secondary earnings model - for LOUIS RODRIGO to prepare the income statement of the bank. The purpose of the new income statement is measuring the banking performance through the integration of information for the financial statement analysis and management accounting. The main problem in this research is the need of management to help them for internal decision-making, particularly with regard to evaluate the power earnings of the bank and analyze profitability. This problem can solve through a new model of the income statement introduced by one of the researchers in the Central Bank of Brazil; LOUIS RODRIGO is mainly intended to provide information to management based on the separation of activities of the bank to the activities of structural and other non-structural or minor under a model called the income statement on the basis of structural – secondary profits. The basic premise of the study is that the new income statement is more able to provide information from the current income statement in evaluating the power earnings to the bank. The new statement is to apply on the financial statements published by the National Bank of Bahrain for the years 2009-2010, using data available on the website of the bank without entering into details of these data. The information of the statement is used for the purposes of analysis by financial ratios and the application of break-even point and the opportunity cost as methods of management accounting. The study concluded several conclusions, including that this statement provides disclosures bigger and more consistent with the need of management for information for the purposes of evaluating the performance of the bank and analysis profitability and that it could devise a set of financial ratios most important in this area.
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