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Corporate governance of financial institutions

Canada. Dept. of Finance.

Corporate governance of financial institutions

financial institutions division, Department of Finance consultation paper.

by Canada. Dept. of Finance.

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Published by Dept. of Finance in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English


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When a financial institution fails, the ripple effect on other corporations is substantial. It differs considerably from general corporate governance. Corporate governance is necessary to align and coordinate the interests of the upper management with those of the shareholders. His expertise is in improving profitability, as well as in building, marketing and securing ebanking, ecommerce, supply chain finance and epayment solutions.

Access and download statistics Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors. Countries have different political and regulatory environments, business standards and customs. At the same time, there may be a number of policies, authorized by the board, that the CIO follows. Organizations should develop a code of conduct for their directors and executives that promotes ethical and responsible decision making. It discusses current trends in corporate governance, such as stakeholder management, financial performance and the cost of equity, compensation schemes, board structures and shareholder activism.

The author sees capital adequacy of the banks, such as expressed in the Basel accords, as the main objective of microprudential regulation of financial institutions. This can be seen in relation to risk-prevention standards, requirements on the profile and practices of the board and compensation. Good corporate governance also minimizes wastages, corruption, risks and mismanagement. However, wealth maximization by financial institutions is constrained whenever regulation or supervision foreclose the assumption of risk which would be in the interest of shareholders to assume, but could endanger creditors or even threaten systemic stability. More services and features. In the end, everything depends on the people.


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