2 edition of effect of board structure on bidder-shareholders" wealth found in the catalog.
effect of board structure on bidder-shareholders" wealth
Charalambos Th Constantinou
by ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge in Cambridge
Written in English
|Statement||by Charalambos Th. Constantinou and Costas Th. Constantinou.|
|Series||Working paper series / ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge -- no.261, Working paper series (ESRC Centre for Business Research, University of Cambridge) -- no.261.|
|Contributions||Constantinou, Costas Th., ESRC Centre for Business Research., University of Cambridge.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||35|
Abstract This paper examines the impact of ownership structure on the financial performance of listed insurance firms in Nigeria. The study uses panel data for seventeen (17) firms for the period – (10 years). There are several aspects and dimensions of corporate governance, which may influence a . Corporate governance includes the processes through which corporations' objectives are set and pursued in the context of the social, regulatory and market environment. These include monitoring the actions, policies, practices, and decisions of corporations, their agents, and affected stakeholders.
discussed the influence of corporate governance on the capital structure decisions of firms for developed and emerging markets, such as United States, United Kingdom, Eastern Europe or Asia. Therefore, this project intends to fill this gap by conducting a research on the effect of corporate governance and. This paper investigates the effect of management entrenchment on the cost of equity capital. Using the Bebchuk et al. () entrenchment index data from through , and using mainly the Ohlson and Juettner-Nauroth () method to estimate the cost of capital, we find that increases (decreases) in management entrenchment are associated with increases (decreases) in costs of equity by:
Formalized structures are those in which there are many written rules and regulations. These structures control employee behavior using written rules, so that employees have little autonomy to decide on a case-by-case basis. An advantage of formalization is . Many companies list dual-class shares. Ford's dual-class stock structure, for instance, allows the Ford family to control 40% of shareholder voting power with only about 4% Author: Ben Mcclure.
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The Effect of Board Structure on Bidder-shareholders’ Wealth: Further Evidence from the UK Bidding Firms Corporate Governance is an issue that has seen a lot of public debate over the past few years. In the UK several committees have been set-up in order to deal with this issue producing several interesting reports, e.g.
the Cadbury Report. Moreover, the differential impact of the acquisition on the compensation and wealth of the top executives (especially the Chief Executive Officer) as a function of the sign of the acquisition's.
The Effect of Board Structure on Bidder-Shareholders' Wealth: Further Evidence from the UK Bidding Firms By Charalambos Th. Constantinou and Costas Th. Constantinou Get PDF ( KB). concerning the composition and appointment of board results also reveal the importance of ownership structure and its impacts on corporate capital structure, therefore firms must consider a lot of factors whenever issuing equity.
Therefore, this study is likely to benefit the firm's management, investors, policy makers, and other. In the United States, any group comprising more than 3% of a company's stock is allowed to put its nominees for board seats on the annual proxy ballots sent to all shareholders.
Design/methodology/approach – The OLS regression model is used to examine the effect of the board structure on earnings management for a sample of 34 non-financial listed Portuguese companies.
Keywords: Board Composition, Board Ownership, Board Size, Corporate Governance, Earnings per Share, Enterprise Value, Independent Non-Executive Directors, Tobin’s Q Ratio. How to cite this paper: Meyer, E., & de Wet, J. The impact of board structure on the financial performance of listed South African by: 8.
the relationship between R&D investment and firm performance. Moderating effects of board Agency theorists argue that the board, with its legal authority to hire, fire, and compensate top management, safeguards invested capital and, thus, are an important element of Cited by: 6.
and ownership structure on earnings management of Brewery industries. to was the period used for this sion technique, was used to analyses the data, the result shows that CEO and Managerial ownership have positive significant effect on EarningFile Size: KB.
We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more. analysis. The research hasbeen used board size, board structure, board meeting and proportion of independent non-executive directors as independent variablesto representing corporate governance characteristics and debt ratio as dependent variable to measure the capital structure.
This research found that corporate governance practices had 34%File Size: KB. Stewardship Theory or Agency Theory: CEO Governance and Shareholder Returns by maximise the returns to shareholders unless appropriate governance structures are implemented in the large corporation to safeguard the interests of shareholders (Jensen and Meckling ).
The board of directors has an important function. This paper explores the relation between ownership structure, board composition and firm performance among Swedish listed firms. The descriptive statistics show that Swedish board of directors have become more diversified in terms of gender.
The analysis show that board size has a significant negative effect on investment performance. ownership structure and board size on earnings management. The results consistent with the previous studies show that the institutional ownership and the board size have a negative significant effect on the earnings management while the effect of the managerial ownership on the earnings management has positively statistically significant.
stock. Therefore, the purpose of this study is the evaluation of the effect of board characteristic and ownership structure on stock liquidity of Tehran stock exchange listed companies.
For achievement to the purpose of this research studied 83 companies during five years from to The results of theAuthor: Saeed Ameeri, Saeed Jabbarzadeh. The Modern Corporation and Private Property is a book written by Adolf Berle and Gardiner Means published in regarding the foundations of United States corporate explores the evolution of big business through a legal and economic lens, and argues that in the modern world those who legally have ownership over companies have been separated from their : Adolf Berle and Gardiner Means.
Introduction. Since the Modigliani and Miller () seminal paper that many studies attempt to explain the capital structure used by corporations to finance their investments. One prominent line of research is the pecking order theory of Myers () and Myers and Majluf ().This theory argues that because of adverse selection costs, firms have an order of preference in the use of their Cited by: The Effect of Board Structure and Institutional Ownership Structure on Earnings Management accounting methods to be used by firms.
Earnings management is legal if the reported earnings are adjusted in line with GAAP such as changing the methods for inventory valuation and depreciation.
Earnings management becomes fraudulent. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.
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These are the people you are going to be. The analyze has been made the capital structure and its impact on Financial Performance capacity during to (05 years) financial year of Business companies in Sri Lanka. The results shown the relationship between the capital structure and financial performance is negative association at Chapter: 1 Introduction To Corporate Governance 4 makers is to consider: ‘How should the company be regulated so as to enhance its effectiveness as a mechanism for enhancing the overall wealth or well-being of all stakeholders?’ The belief that the purpose of File Size: KB.Asian Economic and Financial Review,3(8) THE EFFECTS OF BOARD SIZE AND CEO DUALITY ON FIRMS’ CAPITAL STRUCTURE: A STUDY OF SELECTED LISTED FIRMS IN NIGERIA Uwuigbe Olubukunola Ranti Department of Accounting, School of Business College of Development Studies Covenant University, Nigeria ABSTRACT.