Banks in both the developed and undeveloped world remain at the core of financial systems and have the unique ability to write cheques against themselves. In light of the essential culture of credit at the heart of banking operations then the structures of corporate governance should especially reflect the supervision and management of risks and credit. This means that committee and management structures as well as staffing commitments revolve around credit and other risks.
Field of Research
150299 Banking, Finance and Investment not elsewhere classified