Examining the Relationship Between Enterprise Risk Management and Firm Performance in Malaysia

Mazurina Mohd Ali, Nur Shazwani Ab Hamid, Erlane K Ghani


This study aims to examine the relationship between enterprise risk management (ERM) implementation and firm performance in Malaysia. Using the sample from 2010 to 2016, this study examines the relationship between ERM and firm performance among Malaysian top 100 public listed firms registered on the Index FTSE Bursa Malaysia 100 (FBM100) KLSE. This study also provides comparisons before and after the introduction of Bursa Malaysia Guidelines 2013. This study shows a positive and significant coefficient between profitability and firm performance towards ERM implementation. However, this study shows insignificant relationship between firm size, financial leverage and audit firm with firm performance. This study also shows that there is an increase in the mean score and standard deviation of these variables after the implementation of Bursa Malaysia Guideline 2013. The findings in this study provides an understanding to the Malaysian public listed firms on the importance of ERM and subsequently, maximise the benefits of ERM especially after the introduction of Bursa Malaysia Guidelines 2013 for the benefits of their stakeholders and regulatory improvement in future.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5430/ijfr.v10n3p239

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International Journal of Financial Research
ISSN 1923-4023(Print)ISSN 1923-4031(Online)


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