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Financial distress of industrial firms on the Greek banking system

Dimitris Antoniades

Financial distress of industrial firms on the Greek banking system

by Dimitris Antoniades

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Published by Development Economics, World Bank in Washington DC (1818 H Street, NW, Washington 20433) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Greece
    • Subjects:
    • Banks and banking -- Greece,
    • Corporations -- Greece -- Finance.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDimitris Antoniades and Dimitris Zouzionis.
      SeriesPolicy, research, and external affairs working papers ;, WPS 57
      ContributionsKouzionis, Dimitris.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG3250.5.A6 A58 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination28 p. ;
      Number of Pages28
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1943199M
      LC Control Number90165490

      bankruptcy protection. Chapter 1 of this book presents some relevant defi-nitions and statistics on corporate distress and highlights the increasing re-ality that size is no longer a proxy for corporate health. The planning for this book began long before its completion in mid, and we were unaware that the eventual passing of the new Bank-.   WPS 57 Antoniades and Kouzionis, Financial Distress of Industrial Firms on the Greek Banking System () WPS Sagan, International Trade in Financial Services () WPS Honohan and Atiyas, Intersectoral Financial Flows in Developing Countries () WPS Gelb and Honohan, Financial Sector Rforms in Adjustment Programs ().

      The bank has Greece’s highest bad debt ratio, at about half of the loan book, and analysts have long been worried about the effects of duff assets eating away at the capital base. The bank .   Flannery, M.J. “Debt Maturity Structure and the Deadweight Cost of Leverage: Optimally Financing Banking Firms.” American Economic Review 84(1) pp. James, C.M. “Some Evidence on the Uniqueness of Bank Loans.” Journal of Financial Econom pp.

      Overview. As the financial crisis of – unfolded, the international community moved to protect the global financial system through preventing the failure of SIFIs, or, if one does fail, limiting the adverse effects of its failure. In November , the Financial Stability Board published a list of global systemically important financial institutions (G-SIFIs).   Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System. The Federal Reserve, the central bank of the United States, provides the nation with a safe, flexible, and stable monetary and financial system. Industrial Activity. Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization - G must describe the firm's strategy for rapid and orderly resolution.


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Financial distress of industrial firms on the Greek banking system by Dimitris Antoniades Download PDF EPUB FB2

Financial Distress of Industrial Firms on the Greek Banking System Dimitris Antoniades and Dimitris Kouzionis The failure or distress of a number of Greek industrial firms has hurt Greek banking -and reform of Greece's financial system is a prerequisite for industrial restructuring. Corpus ID: Financial distress of industrial firms on the Greek banking system @inproceedings{AntoniadesFinancialDO, title={Financial distress of industrial firms on the Greek banking system}, author={Dimitris Kouzionis Dimitris Antoniades}, year={} }.

Because of their extensive indebtedness, the widespread distress of industrial companies has affected the soundness of Greek banks. This paper discusses the extent and causes of financial distress in Greek industry and the importance of its impact on the banking system and the country's : Dimitris Antoniades and Dimitris Kouzionis.

The Greek banking system is composed of four systemic banks or large banks in Greece with a major impact on the domestic economy, banks that are incorporated in Greece, and international banks that operate branches in the country. The Bank of Greece is the country’s central bank, which is responsible for price.

The large amounts of risky credit card debt recently incurred by banks, however, underscore the point that financial distress in banking is always an issue (Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, ). Financial distress in banking remains a significant issue for owners, managers, and the by: Predicting Financial Distress of Companies: Revisiting the Z -Score and ZETA ® Models Background This paper discusses two of the venerable models for assessing the distress of industrial corporations.

These are the so -called Z -Score model () and ZETA ®. THE GREEK BANKING SYSTEM During the past two decades, the Greek banking and financial system has undergone momentous transformations, amounting to what the Financial Times once characterized as no less than a “silent revolution”.

Let me sketch for you some of the features of this transformation. therefore was designed to identify the impact of financial distress on commercial banks performance in Kenya.

Due to the high number of banks that have collapsed in Kenya due to financial distress, there was need to establish or find out how financial distress affects the financial position of a bank.

1. Introduction. Corporate finance theory argues that states of financial distress, default, and bankruptcy present a fundamental stage in the life-cycle of corporations that provokes substantial changes in the ownership of firms’ residual claims and the allocation of rights to manage corporate resources [e.g.

Jensen,Wruck, ].However, empirical results on. Greek banking system. Specifically, it focuses on specific merger deals that took place in the periodand addresses two questions: first, whether banks’ overall performance improved after mergers; and, second, whether the announce-ment of a bank merger or acquisition resulted in a net aggregate improvement in welfare.

This study was undertaken with the aim of analyzing the causes of financial distress and its effects in firms funded by Industrial and Commercial Development Corporation in Kenya.

The study analyzed the causes of financial distress using Weighted Mean Score and Factor Analysis. The period of study was from to It was.

The main bank is expected to be responsible for monitoring the firm and, if the firm gets into trouble, the main bank often intervenes in the firm’s management and tries to rescue it. This set of ties between banks and firms is called the main bank system. A comprehensive look at the enormous growth and evolution of distressed debt markets, corporate bankruptcy, and credit risk models ThisFourth Editionof the most authoritative finance book on the topic updates and expands its discussion of financial distress and bankruptcy, as well as the related topics dealing with leveraged finance, high-yield, and distressed debt.

On The Prediction Of Financial Distress For Greek The views expressed are the author’s own and do not constitute policy of the Bank of Greece. On The Prediction Of Financial Distress For Greek firms: Accounting or Market information. Abstract We evaluate the impact of accounting and market-driven information on the predic.

Corporate Financial Distress: An Empirical Analysis of Distress Risk DISSERTATION of the University of investment strategies in the securities of distressed companies. • The behavior of distress risk is useful for understanding the adverse processes in a distressed company prior to default, which can be used to improve crisis.

The Future of the Greek Banking System ; Events. The Future of the Greek Banking System She started her career in London in investment banking holding positions in bulge bracket firms including Deutsche Bank, Salomon Brothers and Credit Suisse specializing in credit and credit restructuring as well as leverage finance, asset liability.

Therefore, when they experience financial distress or financial crisis, governments usually come to the rescue, offering emergency liquidity in the form of bailout programs. The main purpose of this research topic is to get overview of current Banking crisis and their effects on global Banking and other Sectors.

on the firm and steady nature of conventional banks. the overall strength of the global banking system. risk and faced high financial distress.

deteriorating economic conditions, resulting in financial distress for one bank or several banks.8 Hence, bank profitability and financial risk are inextricably linked. In addition to default and funding risks, financial intermediation increases borrowers’ vulnerability to economic downturns.

During business cycle booms, lenders may grow. Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Learn more. This chapter discusses two of the venerable models for assessing the distress of industrial corporations.

These are the so-called Z-Score model () and the ZETA® () credit risk model. Both models are still being used by practitioners throughout the world.Predicting Financial Distress of Companies: Revisiting the Z-Score and ZETA Models Background This paper discusses two of the venerable models for assessing the distress of industrial corporations.These articles argue that the cost of financial distress is relatively low for Japanese firms.

Here we argue that, due to the role of the main bank in the Japanese system, the financial distress costs may be transferred to the banks. At times, main banks have paid the liabilities of its borrowers to outside entities.