The Use of a Multicriterion Approach for the Capital Allocation Within a Bank

Bellalah, Mondher; Saihi, Malek
June 2003
American Business Review;Jun2003, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p122
Academic Journal
Examines the use of a multicriterion approach for the capital allocation within a bank. Capital allocation at the level of the divisions and the transactions; Implementation of this multicriterion model in organizations not wishing to invest too much in the process of the determination and the allocation of capital.


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