Consolidation and the Evolution of Governance Models in Portuguese Financial Institutions

  • Paulo Bandeira
Part of the Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions book series (SBFI)


Discussion of corporate governance in financial institutions (namely banks) has been recentered in the last five years and the fall of Lehman Brothers and other financial institutions is to be accounted liable for that event.1 It is, in fact, an example that shows us that from an hazardous event a positive movement can be created.


Corporate Governance Audit Committee European Central Bank Supervisory Board Governance Model 
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