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An investigation into the effect of foreign ownership on bank performance: The case of Stanbic Bank Zimbabwe Limited
Foreign bank entrants into developing economies and emerging markets are usually thought to improve the condition and performance of acquired institutions, and more generally to enhance local financial stability (Crystal, ...
An assessment of factors affecting the financial performance of microfinance institutions in Zimbabwe
This research study investigates the factors affecting the financial performance of MFIs in Zimbabwe. The research study is important to Zimbabwe because of the crucial role MFIsare expected to play in the economy which ...
An evaluation of organic growth as a strategic growth option for Zimbabwean banks: Case of BancABC
The research sought to evaluate if organic growth as a strategic growth option can lead to superior financial performance in the Zimbabwean banking sector with specific attention to BancABC. In this regard, organic growth ...
"The purpose of business is business”. Is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) a contradiction of this view?: A Critical Examination of the Motives that drive CSR engagement by Companies listed on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) and the impact of CSR on financial performance
Business is expected to give back to the society through corporate social responsibility (CSR). In Zimbabwe, public limited companies engage in CSR but there is a rising pressure from Government and society on companies ...
An assessment of the impact of post dollarisation corporate mergers and acquisitions on equity value of corporate entities in Zimbabwe
The purpose of the study was to assess the impact of corporate mergers and acquisitions on the value of shareholders’ equity. The study was motivated by an increase in the number of studies showing inconsistent results ...