Impact of Corporate Governance on the Performance of Selected Indian Banks An Empirical Based Comparative Analysis
Corporate Governance simply refers to the system under which the business activities have taken place on the basis of prescribed code of conduct by regulatory and monitoring authorities. Financial institutions must focus on to fulfill the expectation of stakeholders while focusing on their core target to earn profit and improve their financial strength which lead to stable economic system of particular country. The present study is based on to analyze the impact of corporate governance on the performance of eight selected Indian banks on the basis of market capitalisation. The secondary data was collected from the annual report of banks and prowess data base for ten years i.e. 2007 08 to 2017 18. Panel data regression and Pearson correlation tools are used with the help of SPSS, Eviews and Gretl. The study found that there is no significance impact of board size, board independency and capital adequacy ratio on earning per shares of selected banks but there is positive and strong significance impact of frequency of board meetings on earning per share has been found.
Corporate Governance, EPS, BDSZ, BIND, CAR, FBM
Mohd Asif Intezar | Prof. Imran Saleem