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The ratio of profit before tax to total average equity (ROAE)
ROAE is the return on average equity. The return on average equity is a measure of the return on shareholder funds. The higher the figure the better, except when a bank is highly leveraged. It is calculated by dividing Net income by average shareholders equity (summation of the equity value at the beginning and the closing of a year, divided by two).