The Impact of Internal Corporate Governance on Firm Performance: Empirical Evidence from Bangladesh, Malaysia & Singapore
Mamun, Dr. Syed A.
Noor, Mohammad Fahad
Musa, S. M.
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Internal Corporate governance refers to the controlling mechanism of various internal actors of a firm. The aim of the study is to explore the impact of internal corporate governance (CG) mechanism on firm performance in three Asian countries namely Bangladesh, Malaysia, and Singapore. Results show that Board Size, Board Independence and CEO Duality have impact on firm performance. Though the impact of CG on firm performance is significant in Singapore, the impact is not significant in Bangladesh and Malaysia. These findings of the study have significant implications to public policy makers and corporate managers to understand the evolution and effectiveness of internal CG practices in different Asian countries.