THE ROLE OF FINANCIAL GOVERNANCE IN THE RELATIONSHIP SECURITY PERFORMANCE AT UAE
This systematic review investigates the intricate interrelationship among security, financial governance, and performance in the context of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The primary objective is to elucidate the role of financial governance in shaping the impact of security considerations on organizational performance. This systematic review contributes to our understanding of the complex dynamics among security, financial governance, and performance in the UAE. The synthesis of findings reveals a consistent pattern across included studies, highlighting the pivotal role played by financial governance in mediating the relationship between security and performance in the UAE. Qualitative analyses underscore the importance of robust financial governance structures in mitigating the negative impact of security challenges on organizational outcomes. Complementing these qualitative insights, quantitative evidence demonstrates statistically significant relationships between various financial governance practices and the strength of the security-performance link. These insights have practical implications for policymakers, organizational leaders, and researchers, offering a foundation for strategic decision-making, enhancing financial resilience, and fostering sustainable performance outcomes in the unique context of the United Arab Emirates.
Financial Governance, Security, Performance, UAE, Qualitative analyses.