Evaluation of financial part of corporate governance in bank within Anglo-Saxon model
The article studies the ways to minimize the costs associated with conflict of interest in the corporation within Anglo-American model. The financial component of corporate governance that stimulates corporate management to act in the interests of suppliers of financial resources is analyzed, namely the concentration of ownership, financial leverage, the market for corporate control, incentive contract of senior management and dividend policy of the corporation.
Volume (Year): (2012)
Issue (Month): 8 ()
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