Document Type: Case Report

Authors

1 Process Engineer & Risk Specialist of Oil and Gas Refinery Company, Iran

2 Ph.D. of Science in Chemical engineering, Process Engineer & Risk Specialist in Oil & Gas Refinery Company, Iran

3 Risk & HSE Specialist, National Iranian Oil Production & Distribution Company, Iran

10.33945/SAMI/AJCB.2020.3.6

Abstract

This Present study examines the corporate financial performance and risk management in oil and gas companies. Basically, the importance and qualitative method of any research can be examined from two basic and applied aspects. In general, no comprehensive research has been conducted, regardless of the limited number of articles and sources that have occasionally examined and referred to the subject, as well as studies conducted at the theoretical level. Risk management is essentially the process of identifying, analyzing and accepting or reducing uncertainty in investment decisions. In terms of risk management in all financial markets, there are people who are always right and well-planned, both in terms of analysis and investment. In today's modern world, the importance of monetary and financial science is not hidden from anyone. In the meantime, the discussion of proper financial reporting and its various methods have particular importance due to the analysis of the next steps of investors. The most important type of financial information is information about companies and their performance.

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HOW TO CITE THIS ARTICLE

M. Karami, A. Samimi, M. Ja'fari, The Impact of Effective Risk Management on Corporate Financial Performance, Ad. J. Chem. B, 2 (2020) 144-150.

DOI: 10.33945/SAMI/AJCB.2020.3.6
URL: http://www.ajchem-b.com/article_109686.html