The Role of the Corporate Governance Committees and the Financial Risk in Islamic Banks: A Field Study in Jordan

Mohammad Saadat


This study has identified the role of the board of directors according to the corporate governance committees and the financial risk, in Islamic bank as a case study in Jordan.

In order to achieve the purposes of this study, two kinds of data are adopted. First, data is collected through questionnaires, field visits, for managements of Islamic banks operating in Jordan. Secondary data is collected through books, journals and internent, which has related to the research.

The finding of the study that the creation of corporate governance committees resulting from the board of directors in Islamic banks as a result of financial risk. The study concluded a set of recommendations. Finally, financial experiment may not depend exclusively to some members. It is as a first study in Jordanian Islamic banks that explain into account the issue of the board of directors committees role to the corporate governance with the financial risk in Jordan. As well as the lack of studies that examine the theme of corporate governance and financial risk.

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International Journal of Business Administration
ISSN 1923-4007(Print) ISSN 1923-4015(Online)


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