The Influence of Corporate Governance to the Firm Performance in Logistics Industry
Yi Lin Tan,
Mimi Syazwani Yusof,
Nur Aqilah Mohd Ali and
Zahirah Mohamed Azmi
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The aim of this study is to break down the execution of logistics industries in United Kingdom (UK) throughout five years. The analysis is employ on the sample of six organization in UK over the period in the vicinity of 2013 and 2017. The information is derived from annual report of Kerry Logistic, Wincanton, DFDS Seaways, Easy Jet and Stobart Group. This study utilizing a clear descriptive analysis, for example profitability, liquidity risk, credit risk, operational risk and also economic environment as to look at the performance of the organization include in logistics industries. The information ascertained is on average. The result show that the company performance can be influenced by the risk and economic environment. The study found the profitability ratio in term of current, quick ratio and debt to income are significant to independent variable which are to the return on asset. While, return on asset are significant to average collection period, liquidity ratio, unemployment rate, interest rate and operational ratio.
Keywords: Profitability; Credit Risk; Liquidity; Macroeconomic; Corporate Governance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: G3 G32 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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