Corporate Financial Governance a Zambian Perspective
Nessan J. Ronan* (Professor of Accounting, National University of Lesotho)
Download Article | Published On 01/07/2005

Abstract

In this paper we address one of the fundamental problems confronting the modem organization. This is briefly, how we can achieve sound financial governance in the face of the financial abuses. Corporate financial governance is reviewed in the context of Zambian public companies. Governance issues are looked at from the perspective of information disclosure, governance structures and organizational checks and balances. The overall conclusion is that Zambian public companies do not exhibit evidence of good financial governance

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