Liquidity Ratios As Predictors Of Financial Distress In Kenyan Commercial Banks
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Liquidity Ratios As Predictors Of Financial Distress In Kenyan Commercial Banks
The purpose of the study was to investigate the efficacy of liquidity ratios as predictors of financial distress amongst Kenyan Commercial Banks. The research design used in the study was descriptive premised on positivism. The study population was drawn from 43 commercial banks licensed by the Central Bank of Kenya for the period 2009 -2015. Liquidity ratios were collected from annual reports using a data collection sheet. To test for reliability the Cronbach Alpha was utilized with a statistic of 0.841. Data collected was analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics.DownloadViews: 16

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