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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The camel milk has antitumor activity also and a natural
The camel milk has antitumor activity also and a natural cure for skin, heart, acne, eczema and hepatitis C, he said added that vitamin C was more than 300 percent in camel milk when it was compared to cow milk.
He says that milk produced by Cholistan camels is far better in quality than that of available in other town of Punjab.
Why should camels, the authentic symbol of the desert lifestyle of the people of the Arabian Peninsula, be celebrated amid ultra-modernism, impressive skyscrapers and tantalising buildings?
The Transport Ministry spokesman said camels crashing into cars are not its responsibility and sent the Post on to the National Road Safety Authority, who allowed Avi Azulai, its official in charges of the southern district to speak.
Known as 'the ship of the desert' - over many centuries and still today - camels have become such an integral part of day-to-day life that they have formed part of the region's personality and pride.
Owned by a small Bahraini family, Al Saigh Farm has about 50 camels, and sells 30 to 40 litres of camel milk every day, at BD1 for every 800ml.
Salah Elden Syed Ahmad said " the conference organizes regularly and aim to develop sector of camels and its productions.
To know more about the season of "Maqydhat Al Hijin," Obaid bin Said al-Junaibi, owner and tamer of camels said: "Maqydhat Al Hijin means that some camel owners move the camels from the homestead, locally called (Al Izba) where camels are trained, to the soft-sand deserts so that the camels take full freedom in their movement and tie them to the rest of the camels without any restrictions.
After the closure of the Silk Route, most of the camels were let off into the wild.
Camels in Sistan va Baluchestan province are now required to have license plates before they venture out.
More than 300,000 of the desert animals will be judged on their features when they descend on Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for the King Abdulaziz Camels Festival, which runs till 15th April.