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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 4, April 2020 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Sustainable Performance Of Banking Sectors Through Corporate Governance With Reference To Salem Region

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D.Bhuvaneswari, Dr.V.Ramanithilagam



Corporate Governance (CG), Sustainability, banking sectors, Salem region, mass banking, customer satisfaction, business ethics, regulatory requirements.



Business Corporations play vital role for nation’s wealth creation in the present Global scenario and influence the society at the large. To serve this wealth creation function Banks play inevitable part which must focal point of their objectives and be accountable for their actions through the structure of best Corporate Governance. In day today business transactions ‘Banking business are very widely diversified and is coupled with social, welfare objects and beneficial schemes to the society’. In modern times, banks have a vital role in enhancing and engineering the economy as inclusive of the fiscal systems. Modern commercial banks are operating in an extremely spirited scenario in a globally integrated market with an all pervasive influence of technology. Banks have developed their methods to the inclusive perspectives i.e. from local to global, mass banking to class banking, and further customer satisfaction have been converted from acceptable level to delighted level. CG is the main task of a Bank business compliance with regulatory requirements, it’s adherence to standards that recognize the worthiness of business ethics and obligation to the society’s interest to reputation and prolonged success for its sustainability. This study could portray the CG practices of banking sectors in Salem Region, differences in functioning and change in outlook in executing corporate governance.



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