Corporate Governance and Iranian Banking Economic Value Added

Document Type : Original Article

Authors

1 Assistant Prof, Faculty of Banking, Monetary and Banking research Institute, Tehran, Iran.

2 Ph.D. in Islamic Economics, Risk Manager, Implementation and Fighting Money Laundering in Parsian Bank, Iran.

Abstract

Added over the period 2006-2018. We focused on different proxies of corporate governance indicators, such as the Directors' Effectiveness, the Transparency and the Disclosure, Responsibility. Basel Principles have been used to make corporate governance indicators and Stern & Stewart and Chew (1995) method have been used to make banking economic value added. We used the PCA method to choose important indicators. The results of PCA estimation identified ten important variables affecting banks' economic value added. Due to the importance of banks' age in creating economic value-added, banks are divided into two classes according to age. The GMM method is used to estimate the models. Eight models were designed to examine the impact of different corporate governance measures on the banking economic value added. The results indicated that corporate governance indicators were significant in explaining changes in the Iranian banking economic value added. The result also shows that according to the banks' age, the effectiveness of the board structure is greater than others. This illustrates the importance of board structure more than other criteria.

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