The relationship between Financial Safety and Sustainability in Banking Industry: An Analytical Study

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Muhammed Ghali Rahi , Rahim Qab Salman


in accordance with the Camels model of supervision, which is used by the monetary authority's model to examine and determine In a quantitative manner, random, sample-based approach, we use eight private-listed Iraqi banks, as well as private-listed Iraqi banks. The study's findings show that safety indicators affect the three aspects of banking sustainability. Furthermore, the results show that the safety indicators have the greatest impact on outcomes, even more so than purely economic indicators return on investment is (Y2) at a rate of 53% Second to the existing market value, the effect took place. The impact on deposits was minimal (Y3). Furthermore, the asset quality and liquidity indices for safety are the most influential dimensions. It can be shown that the main impact on the economic dimension was found in the number of employees (Y5) and the number of branches (Y6), but the best on this dimension was the liquidity index, the degree of risk management, and the vulnerability of management. The economy (X2, X3, and X5). As was unclear, the results showed that the impact of safety indicators on the environmental dimension was negligible. The results of this study describe the relationship between tuberculosis The idea of banking as a nation. The findings of this study can be used to design a sustainable development strategy at the country level and measure the reality and future potential of Iraqi banking viability.

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