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Large Bank Holding Companies: Expectations of Government Support
Lawrance L. Evans, Jr. (au)
äóģToo big to failäó¯ is a market notion that the federal government would intervene to prevent the failure of a large, complex financial institution to avoid destabilizing the financial sector and the economy. Expectations of government rescues can distort investor incentives to properly price the risks of firms they view as too big to fail, potentially giving rise to funding and other advantages for these firms. This report reviewed the benefits that the largest bank holding companies (those with more than $500 billion in assets) have received from perceived government support. It examines how financial reforms have altered market expectations of government rescues and the existence or size of funding advantages the largest bank holding companies may have received due to perceived government support. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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