本篇文章的主要内容是了解股东与投资相关的公司治理，朗和Jagtiani(2010)认为,在内部控制有助于调节金融工作在公司的背景下,没有太多的控制风险,“金融机构缺乏有效的内部控制,准确和及时的金融和风险报告正确的管理水平和企业的风险或企业级风险管理项目”(朗Jagtiani, 2010年,p . 21)。风险暴露是指对有毒金融产品，风险加大。例如，一些金融产品，如cdo和MBS被认为是管理层的高利润产品，但对股东和股东来说风险很高(Laeven et al.， 2010)。本篇布里斯托论文代写文章由英国论文通AssignmentPass辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
Lang and Jagtiani (2010) argued that while internal controls were helpful in the context of regulating financial working within the firm, there were not much controls for risks, “Financial firms lacked effective internal controls, accurate and timely financial and risk reporting to the right management level, and a corporate-wide view of risk or an enterprise-wide risk management program” (Lang and Jagtiani, 2010, p. 21). Risk exposure is to toxic financial products, heightened risk. For instance, some of the financial products such as that CDOs and MBS were considered as being high profitable products for the management, however the risk for the stockholder and shareholder was high (Laeven et al., 2010).
Researchers Pirson and Turnbull (2010) placed the argument that in the context of corporate governance systems most boards favoured complex products which brought in immediate returns, but long term financial sustainability was traded off here. Boards failed to keep a check on these risk management behaviour and both non-executive and independent directors did not perform their roles properly (Pirson and Turnbull, 2010).
Researches such as Yeoh (2010) and Pirson and Turnbull (2010) also argued that financial institutions also seem to be less transparent and were still struggling to meet the norms dictated by financial legislature such as the SOX. Companies such as Sterns and Lehman Brothers did not transparently communicate issues with their stockholders and shareholders. In much smaller institutions in comparison, the directors seem to lack the expertise that would have curbed risk taking behaviour or enabled them to use complex financial products after much scrutiny (Yeoh, 2010).
The insider is a documentary movie which attempts to capture the view of the people involved in the investigation of financial institutions during the financial recessions, the regulators, people in the housing market and other stakeholders. An understanding of the opinions presented in the Insider documentary makes one believe that in some ways, the people holding political and executive roles knew that there was a form of toxic risk taking. Financial organizations seem to be more aware of things than they actually cared to share with the public. This section analyses some of the key points from the Insider movie and also attempts to present the interviewee viewpoints of four people from the documentary.