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Corporate Governance and banking performance in Portugal: The impact of variable - RAC_IMP (Impairments)
Adalmiro Andrade Pereira 1 * , Ângela Vaz 2
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1 Polytechnic of Porto / ISCAP, Portugal
2 CEOS, Portugal
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Journal of Information Systems Engineering and Management, 2022 - Volume 7 Issue 4, Article No: 18121
https://doi.org/10.55267/iadt.07.12548

Published Online: 18 Oct 2022

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ABSTRACT
Effective corporate governance practices are essential to achieving and maintaining societal trust in the banking system, which is essential for the smooth functioning of the financial sector and the economy.
Much of the literature associated with Corporate Governance considers, in addition to concepts, the implementation cycle and the corresponding models. Corporate Governance cycles are related to corporate bankruptcies and the negligence of the board of directors, which are more common when a long period of economic expansion is followed by a period of crisis, which demonstrates failures in Corporate Governance. The main objective of the research is to analyze the impact of variables associated with governance, structure, and economy on the economic and financial performance of banking institutions in Portugal. In the model, a risk measure is used to determine whether Corporate Governance has an impact on a bank's risk-taking, the Impairment Ratio for Credit to Customers in relation to Assets.
After performing the significance test for each of the variables (student t test), it is possible to determine that the following variables will be excluded: Bank Size (LNAT), Customer Deposits (LNDEP), Interest Rate (TXJUR). We accept the following variables Corporate Governance (CG); Financial Autonomy (CPAT); Return on Average Assets (ROAA); GDP Rate Variation (TXPIB) and Inflation Rate (TXINF).
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