Lender moral hazard in state-owned banks: Evidence from an emerging economy

Joshy Jacob    Balagopal Gopalakrishnan, Joshy Jacob, Ajay Pandey
11 Feb 2019
Categories: General Market Analysis, Fixed Income, Regulatory changes, Corporate Finance

Country or region: India

Summary:
India's public sector banks are more likely to lend to riskier firms than private sector banks. Their lending choices include riskier service sector firms, those that borrow by pledging promoter shares and those likely to be impacted by political change. The paper was presented in the 2018 India Finance Conference held ......


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