Wpływ feminizacji zarządów banków spółdzielczych na ich efektywność finansową

Sławomir Juszczyk
Wydział Nauk Społecznych UJK

Marta Idasz-Balina
Wydział Nauk Ekonomicznych SGGW

[accordion title=”ABSTRACT”]The purpose of the study was to determine the relationship between the managerial feminization rate and the level of its financial effectiveness. The results showed that on average on the net financial result and ROE the highest level of these performance measures was characterized by a group of cooperative banks, where all the functions of the board were performed by men. However, the highest level of net profit was achieved by the bank where the chair of the board was a woman and the rest of the board were men. In the case of ROA, the highest level was recorded in the group of cooperative banks in which women performed all functions on the board. The studies also showed that the total capital ratio TCR had the highest level in the banks also by 100% of the feminization rate, while the lowest ratio was recorded in banks with total absence of women in management or marginal share. This may indicate that women are less prone to risk and their behaviour is more cautious compared to men working in the boards of cooperative banks.[/accordion]

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gender, financial efficiency, cooperative bank
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[accordion title=”DOI”] 10.24356/SEL/18/5 [/accordion]