Crisis

Working Paper

02 December 2020

Risk Mitigating versus Risk Shifting: Evidence from Banks Security Trading in Crises

We show that risk mitigating incentives dominate risk shifting incentives in fragile banks. Risk shifting could be particularly severe in banking since it is the most opaque industry and banks are one of the most leveraged corporations...

José-Luis Peydró | Andrea Polo | Enrico Sette
01 November 2013

Recasting Private Equity Funds after the Financial Crisis: The End of ?Two and Twenty? and the Emergence of Co-Investment and Separate Account Arrangements

This article examines the post-financial crisis trends in the private equity industry. Although most research has followed the pre-crisis trends, we show that investors are demanding the inclusion of more investor-favorable...

Joseph McCahery | Erik Vermeulen
01 February 2014

Market Efficiency after the Financial Crisis: It?s Still a Matter of Information Costs

Compared to the worldwide financial carnage that followed the Subprime Crisis of 2007-2008, it may seem of small consequence that it is also said to have demonstrated the bankruptcy of an academic financial institution: the Efficient...

Ronald Gilson | Reinier Kraakman
01 March 2014

Quack Corporate Governance, Round III? Bank Board Regulation Under the New European Capital Requirement Directive

After a crisis, broad-sweeping reforms are enacted to restore trust. With the 2013 Fourth Capital Requirements Directive (CRD IV), the European Union has engaged in an ambitious overhaul of banking regulation following the Great...

Luca Enriques | Dirk Zetzsche

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