Growing complexities in the indigence and global business environment, the demand for Corporate Risk Management (CRM) has fostered greatly. Equally, Financial Performance (FP) and Sustainable Growth Rate (SGR) are believed to be vital parameters for assessing any organisation's success. Both FP and SGR are get affected by different risks. Therefore, to the best of our knowledge, this paper is the first endeavour meant to empirically shed light on the Impact of CRM on a firm’s FP and SGR. By taking a sample of 160 listed Non-Financial firms from emerging and developed Countries stocks markets, on the bases of market capitalization, covering a period of 12 years (2007-2018). The CRM index has been constructed by using the Principal Component Analysis technique. Panel data fixed-effect Model applied on the bases of Hausman test. The results articulated that CRM has a significant and positive impact on ROE and SGR in the context of both cases. In contrast, inflation negatively relates to both scenarios, but the size and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) have a positive and significant relationship with ROE and SGR. However, in Pakistan's case, Size and GDP have articulated adverse effect on ROE and SGR.