INTRODUCTION: I am going to write corporate financial decisions & ownership structure. And later on there impact on organizational performance. Corporate financial decision includes all financial decisions that a corporation has to make most of the time regarding Investment Loan advancement Capital structure The ownership structure is defined by the distribution of equity with regard to votes and capital but also by the identity of the equity owners. These structures are of major importance in corporate governance because they determine the incentives of managers and thereby the economic efficiency of the corporations they manage. PROBLEM STATEMENT: The problem statement of the research study is “ what and how corporate financial decision & ownership structure influence the over all performance of the organization” OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY: The main objective of our research study is to check the impact (effect) of corporate financial decision along with ownership structure on the organizational as well as individual performance. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY: The main significance of this research work is that, many studies shows the impact of corporate financial decision on performance, the impact of corporate ownership structure on performance, the impact of corporate social responsibility on performance, but they see their impact separately. I want to see the collective impact of corporate financial decision & ownership structure on the performance of organization. RESEARCH QUESTIONS: Ass we all know research questions are developed on the basis elements based on dimensions of basic concept. Some of the possible research questions are… How much return your assets earn per year…? What is the percentage of return as compared to equity…? What is the ratio of debt against the assets…? Is the firm having sufficient current assets to pay off its current liabilities…? Is there any improvement in assets as compared to last year…? What is the percentage of cost in relation to sales…? What is its market position of company compared to industry..? Is the cash flow position (liquidity) is satisfactory…? Is there any unlimited liability of directors as per article of association or law…? DELIMITATIONS: In this study we include those financial decisions that are related to financial statements only, other than financial statements are not included in this study. We are conducting research on dairy industry as sample. & in sample we take two companies NESTLE FAN MILK LITERATURE REVIEW: According to my area of research I study some literature; in that literature I see that different peoples see organizational performance through different point of view. It means that through whatever means company generate finance it will affect how it successfully operates. Lawrence D. Brown, J. Mack Robinson Distinguished Professor of Accountancy Marcus L. Caylor Ph.D. Candidate (December 7, 2004 Georgia State University Georgia State University) they take one step ahead to performance they see impact of performance, valuation, share holder payout on the governance score of the firm. Karen hopper Wruck (APRIL 1997, Course module overview note.) he also work for organizational performance keeping in focus the two things ownership & governance & control system. He means to say that how the different forms of ownership create influence on performance, same is the case with governance practices effects performance. Renée B. Adams Heitor Almeida Daniel Ferreira (September 10, 2003 Stockholm School of Economics New York University SITE and FGV) they work on top management decision making in relation with organizational performance, means they take CEO’s decision making power as independent & see relation with organizational performance. Ronghui Zhang (An International Review and Outlook Logos Verlag Berlin, 2006) they see relation as well as impact of ownership structure on governance practices. Ownership structure means that which kind of owner it has whether limited or unlimited, partnership or company etc. So after a short literature review I came to know that various author see organizational performance differently with different perspective. I am going to establish not new but a change idea of viewing organizational performance with a view of corporate financial decision & ownership structure collectively. THEORATICAL FRAME WORK: Financing Decision Dividend Decision Unlimited Liability Company Non-profit organization Profit Organization OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE Limited Liability Company Financial Performance Non-Financial Performance ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE Working Capital Management CORPORATE FINANCING DECISION Investing Decision Here we take three variables, out of which two are independent and one is dependent Independent corporate financial decision & ownership structure Dependent organizational performance. MODEL JUSTIFICATION: We are going to see the impact of corporate financial decision & ownership structure on organizational performance. In financing decision we see whether investment decision have positive or negative impact on financial & non-financial performance. Same is the case with financing. Dividend & working capital management. On the other hand we also see in ownership structure of the firm whether it is limited liability company or unlimited liability company and its positive or negative impact on the financial & non-financial performance of the firm. Same is the case with profitable & non-profit organization SAMPLE: We are taking samples from telecommunication companies by taking MTN ORANGE As sample to represent whole the industry. DATA COLLECTION METHOD: Financial statements of both the companies Ratio analysis of both the companies Annual disclosure AGM report Audit report Interview of directors & senior managers Market performance of both companies in previous 3 years (data from stock exchange and other relevant source) DATA ANALYSIS TOOL: Ratio analysis Percentage change analysis Vertical analysis Trend & industry analysis Others… REFERENCES: Mohammad Al Mutairi，Associate Professor Helen Hasan University of Wollongong, A Panel Data Approach from Kuwait Stock Exchange. J. Mack Robinson Distinguished Professor of Accountancy Marcus L. Caylor Ph.D. Candidate, December 7, 2004 Georgia State University Georgia State University. KAREN HOPPER WRUCK, APRIL 1997, Course module overview note. Renée B. Adams, Heitor Almeida, Daniel Ferreira, September 10, 2003) Stockholm School of Economics New York University SITE and FGV. Ronghui Zhang, an International Review and OutlookMLogos Verlag Berlin, 2006. Keith D. Brouthers/Maarten Gelderman/Patrick Arens, Stakeholder and Strategic Contingency Perspectives. 1Babar Zaheer Butt, 2Ahmed Imran Hunjra and 2Kashif-Ur-Rehman, World Applied Sciences Journal 9 (9): 997-1002, 2010 ISSN 1818-4952, 1Foundation University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, 2Iqra University Islamabad Campus, Pakistan.