Managing Risk Factors through Corporate Governance for Financial Institutions of Pakistan
Managing risk factors in financial organizations has gained more importance in recentyears because of financial crisis after recession. The purpose of study is to identify the challenges and their proposed solutions to handle the crisis under umbrella of good governance practices. The specific objective of this study is to find out the factors and challenges that effect the business of financial institutions via practicing the good governance. In accordance to this critical situation has been evaluated with the help of risk regulatory model that covers the identifying, measuring evaluating and monitoring techniques for financial institutions in Pakistan.This study also emphasis on strategies and ways to eliminate organizational internal and external risk factors through policies and modifying business models in order to get the sustainable business position and organization growth. The research findings based upon the systematic review of literature and qualitative survey from the industrial experts. This study reveals that the risk factors directly associated with the sustainable business growth when organization pays worthy attention towards the corporate governance. It also empowered the organization to build a wealthy relationship with the customers and helps to retain the small investment of customer with diversified banking products.
Volume (Year): 6 (2013)
Issue (Month): (December)
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