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Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 2 / 2020

Förderbanken – nicht nur in der Corona-Krise wichtig: Editorial

2020| Andreas Pfingsten, Dorothea Schäfer
Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 3 / 2020

Development Banks – Not Only Important in Times of Covid-19: Editorial

2020| Andreas Pfingsten, Dorothea Schäfer
Vierteljahrshefte zur Wirtschaftsforschung 3 / 2020

Investing for a Greener, Competitive and Socially Inclusive Europe

Förderbanken sind in guten und in schlechten Zeiten nützlich. Sie bringen strukturelle Veränderungen in Volkswirtschaften voran und helfen dabei, langfristige Herausforderungen anzugehen. Sie ergänzen Finanzsysteme, unterstützen die Funktionsfähigkeit von Banken- und Finanzmärkten und stärken die Resilienz von Volkswirtschaften. Sie lindern nicht nur Marktversagen, sondern können aber auch einen Beitrag ...

2020| Debora Revoltella, Patricia Wruuck
Diskussionspapiere 1899 / 2020

Crisis Impact on the Diversity of Financial Portfolios - Evidence from European Citizens

Since the 2008 Lehman bankruptcy, it is clearly shown that global economic and financial crises present major challenges to private households, requiring from them, a high level of shock absorption capacity. According to the old adage, “Do not put all the eggs in one basket”, resilience depends, to a large extent on financial diversification. So far, especially for Europe, little is known about whether ...

2020| Dorothea Schäfer, Michael Stöckel, Henriette Weser
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Firms’ Financial and Real Responses to Credit Supply Shocks: Evidence from Firm-Bank Relationships in Germany

We investigate the importance of firm-bank relationships for the international transmission of bank distress to the real economy. Using a large panel of matched financial statements of firms of all sizes and their relationship banks in Germany, we find that banks with losses from proprietary trading activities during the 2007/8 financial crisis decreased their lending, and that their firm customers ...

In: Journal of Financial Intermediation 41 (2020), 100773, 14 S. | Nadja Dwenger, Frank M. Fossen, Martin Simmler
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Interactions between Bank Levies and Corporate Taxes: How Is Bank Leverage Affected?

Regulatory bank levies set incentives for banks to reduce leverage. At the same time, corporate income taxation makes funding through debt more attractive. In this paper, we explore how regulatory levies affect bank capital structure, depending on corporate income taxation. Based on bank balance sheet data from 2006 to 2014 for a panel of EU-banks, our analysis yields three main results: The introduction ...

In: Journal of Banking & Finance 118 (2020), 105874 | Franziska Bremus, Kirsten Schmidt, Lena Tonzer
DIW Weekly Report 35 / 2020

Bank Levies Can Make Bank Balance Sheets More Resilient, but High Corporate Tax Rates Dampen the Effect

Following the global financial crisis of 2008/2009, many European countries introduced bank levies to enable financial institutions to share in the costs of future banking crises via resolution and restructuring funds. Simultaneously, bank levies can set an incentive for banks to reduce their leverage, thereby achieving a more stable capital structure. Using information from banks’ balance sheets, ...

2020| Franziska Bremus, Lena Tonzer
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The Impact of Liquidity and Capital Requirements on Lending and Stability of African Banks

We assess whether compliance with Basel III’s main requirements, the Net Stable Funding Ratio (NSFR) and the risk-weighted Total Capital Ratio (TCR), matters for lending and stability of African banks. Banks with an NSFR or a TCR of at least the required minimum are defined as treatment group in the endogenous treatment estimations. Our results reveal that African banks complying with the capital threshold ...

In: Journal of International Financial Markets, Institutions & Money 67 (2020), 101201, S. 1-20 | Samuel Mutarindwa, Dorothea Schäfer, Andreas Stephan
DIW Weekly Report 32/33 / 2020

European Bank Deposit Insurance Could Cushion Impact of Corona-Induced Corporate Insolvencies

The European banking union has so far lacked its third pillar: a joint insurance fund for bank savings deposits. As the present study shows, this could be a major disadvantage in dealing with the economic impact of the corona pandemic. A scenario in which a wave of corporate insolvencies leads to loan and deposit losses reaching six percent over a year would over- whelm Germany’s national deposit insurance ...

2020| Marius Clemens, Stefan Gebauer, Tobias König
Monographien

Barriers to Competition through Joint Ownership by Institutional Investors: Study Requested by the ECON Committee

In recent years, the phenomenon of common ownership by institutional investors has sparked considerable debate among scholars about its impact on competition and companies’ corporate governance. This study analyses some specific features of common ownership by institutional investors in the European banking sector. It also examines closely the tension between competition policy and corporate governance ...

Brussels: European Parliament, 2020, 110 S. | Simona Frazzani, Kletia Noti, Maarten Pieter Schinkel, Jo Seldeslachts, Albert Banal Estaño, Nuria Boot, Carlo Angelici
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