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Unpublished Paper
Gender Diversity in the Boardroom and Risk Management: A Case of Louis Vuitton Malletier
(2017)
  • Nurul Anis Soleha Shafie, Universiti Utara Malaysia
Abstract
The objective of this study to analyse the general business of Louis Vuitton with hazard elements and macroeconomic variable on productivity execution. The information got from annual report of Louis Vuitton. Begin with year 2011 to year 2015. The estimation of liquidity ratio and operating ratio used to see the by and large execution of Louis Vuitton. It is within 5 years which professedly past benchmark. Another estimation is the asset size, this variable has a negative and no critical association with liquidity risk. To see the relationship of risk issue to the profitability, this study is using liquidity (current ratio and quick ratio), GDP and operating ratio. This data was examined by utilizing regression and bivariate correlation. The regression analysis and bivariate correlation present just a single variable of profitability is huge to operating ratio which is ROA with the major effect to the profitability. Be that as it may, the liquidity and GDP is not noteworthy to profitability with minor effect to the profitability.
Keywords
  • Liquidity Risk,
  • Operational Risk,
  • Profitability,
  • Annual Report. Louis Vuitton.,
  • Specific Risk
Publication Date
Spring April 16, 2017
Citation Information
Nurul Anis Soleha Shafie. "Gender Diversity in the Boardroom and Risk Management: A Case of Louis Vuitton Malletier" (2017)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/nurulanissoleha-shafie/1/