National Bank of Pakistan is one of the largest commercial banks in the country. This case study is a general review of the managerial and financial aspects of the bank. The leadership structure and board size are considered as a variable of management side and pre-tax profit and earnings per share are used as financial variables. Some figures extracted from the annual reports are provided as the evidence of what happened in the respective year. From year 2007 to 2016 leadership structure of national bank of Pakistan change from dual leadership structure to non-dual and again to dual. Also in the past decade the bank hits its financial height in 2016 but it also touches the bottom in 2013. This review concluded that the developing country like Pakistan needs to have a strong judicial and regulatory authority. Also the non-dual leadership structure can be more profitable and board size should be at least average if not large.
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