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Corporate Governance in the Ukrainian Banking Sector
Ukraine; Corporate Governance; Bankgeschäft; Emerging Market; Finanzdienstleistungsmarkt; Trust
DDC (Dewey Decimal Classification)
Wirtschaft - 330
Freie Stichwörter (deutsch)
Freie Stichwörter (englisch)
Banking; Financial Industry; CiS; Supervisory Boards
The interest in corporate governance has grown globally over the past decade, due to the numerous financial scandals. These particularly related to the transparency, disclosure, control and accountability, and the board which might be able to prevent such scandals in the future. For emerging markets good corporate governance is especially important, because they begin to compete in global markets, and develop themselves into more mature, sustainable economies. Therefore more rules and regulations are needed to stabilize markets and support entrepreneurial innovation. Unsurprisingly corporate governance has become over the last few years one of the widely debated issues in the Ukraine.
The qualitative study is mainly based on thirty interviews with Chairmen, Board members, CEOs, top management, lawyers, and professors. The study contributes academically and practically to the understanding of current corporate governance practices in Ukraine with a focus on the banking sector, through examining the relationships among the various corporate governance elements.
The first analysis deals with Ukrainian corporate governance environment: the economic, political, technological and cultural influences on shareholders, supervisory and management boards are analyzed according to the framework of McCarthy and Puffer. In the second analysis, the supervisory boards of Ukrainian banks are analyzed based on the Hilb's integrated corporate governance framework. The relationship between trust and corporate governance is analyzed in the third part of the study.
Schmid, Ulrich (Prof. Dr.)
Hilb, Martin (Prof. Dr.)
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