internal capital generation rate (ICGR)


The rate at which banks generate equity capital. It is discovered by dividing the retained earnings by the average balance of stockholders' combined equity for the accounting period. A high ICGR increases profitability and means the bank has further capital for loans.
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internal balance internal expansion