CAMELS Rating System

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CAMELS Rating System

A mnemonic device for the factors by which regulators determine banks' riskiness. The rating system goes on a scale from one to five, with one showing the least risk and five the most risk. The factors break down as follows:

C - Capital Adequacy
A - Quality of Assets
M - Quality of Management
E - Earnings
L - Liquidity
S - Sensitivity of the Bank to Market Risk
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2 (BNA): Sudan has topped other Arab participants in terms of camel jockeys participating in Crown Prince Camel Race, currently ongoing at the camel field in Taif province.
Mr Paul Okoh, an Abuja-based Dietician says camel milk is an alternative for people with a cow milk allergy or lactose intolerance.
"We hosted the "Nomad Universe" festival in March as part of the Camel fest in Saudi Arabia.
When Bashir Warsame returned home from the United States in 2014, he had one objective in mind to invest in the camel milk industry.
FAISALABAD -- Adoption of camel milk can reduce malnutrition ratio, which is affecting 50 per cent of population in the country as its nutrient value is better than cow milk.
FAISALABAD -- The use of camel milk can reduce malnutrition in the country as it contains greater iron and three times more vitamin C than cow's milk.
In Pakistan trypanosomiasis and babesiosis are prevalent as a major threat to the camels causing heavy financial losses (Enwezor et al., 2005; Sobhy et al., 2017; Desquesnes et al., 2013; Shah et al., 2013).
'We milk lactating mothers every Tuesday, but if the vegetation was good enough we could be milking them every three hours,' said camels herder, Mr Chaoto Kganauwe.
As part of its larger initiative to support camel racing in the sultanate, Occidental Oman recently attended the Haima Camel Race, which is the first of four races organised by the Oman Camel Racing Federation, and sponsored by Occidental Oman.
That's because while demand is growing in the US and Asia as camel milk's purported health benefits attract drinkers outside the traditional markets in Africa and the Middle East, there simply aren't enough camels available globally to supply the milk that retails for as much as $19 a litre (Dh70) in parts of Asia.
Punjab is working on a plan for promotion of camel milk
He added: "Camel owners know that it is common for male camels swim in the sea from one beach to another in search of food or to mate, when they smell female camels in the nearby coastal areas."