The influence of corporate governance and ownership structure on the financial performance of Banks in the UK
Aim: This article aims to determine the effect of corporate governance and ownership structure on the financial performance of Banks in the UK.
Design/Method: Quantitative methodology is assessed in this article and Stata was utilised as the tool for the assessment of the secondary data. In this manner, the GLS model has been carried out to determine the effect. Moreover, the data has been gathered considering 20 banks from 2011 to 2020 in the UK.Download full abstract text
Corporate governance (CG) is found as one of the most important aspects in contemporary times and most organisations grow and expand in both the ways like for developing and emerging economies (Cuomo et al. 2016). Companies tend to expand their all used raw material that employed within the local workforce, community sell, paying taxes, etc., which indirectly benefited the organisation. Moreover, consequences for a firm’s failure tend to be very high and can be dealt with in every aspect of society. For instance, investors can directly be removed out the overnight, and job losses tend to occur.Download full article
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