A payout policy involves rules and guidelines of paying proportion of earnings to investors and shareholders as dividend. Agency conflict arises as a result of information asymmetry between stakeholders and management while corporate governance entails legal mechanisms by which the business of the organization are directed and controlled. A payout policy could lead to agency conflict because the financial interest and commitments of agents may sometimes conflict with that of the principal. Normally, the managers of the firm may want earnings to be retained in order to meet firms needs for growth and takes advantage of emerging investment opportunities while most shareholders or owners will want to receive dividends.
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Last date updated on June, 2014