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    Title: 系統重要性金融機構及金融脆弱性 : GSV影子銀行模型的應用
    Systemically Important Financial Institutions and Financial Fragility:an Application of GSV’s Model of Shadow Banking
    Authors: 蔡岳志
    Cai, Yue-Jhih
    Contributors: 江永裕
    張興華

    Chiang, Yeong-Yuh
    Chang, Hsing-Hua

    蔡岳志
    Cai, Yue-Jhih
    Keywords: 影子銀行
    系統重要性金融機構
    證券化
    金融脆弱性
    Shadow banking system
    Systemically important financial institutions
    Securitization
    Financial fragility
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2017-02-08 16:35:10 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 2007-2008的金融大海嘯中,影子銀行及系統重要性金融機構(systemically important financial institutions, SIFIs)扮演重要角色。金融機構證券化移轉資產的個別風險,以資產池最低報酬作為擔保品,發行高品質債權證券。隨投資人財富愈多,對安全資產需求愈大,金融機構擴大槓桿及風險資產投資。SIFIs數量少但規模大,相對於其他小型金融機構有較好的投資效率,其投資、證券化及其他業務與經濟體系具有複雜而規模大的關係,具有太大、太複雜以致不能倒的性質。SIFIs透過證券化移轉個別風險,在景氣蕭條及經濟個體普遍忽略尾端風險下,金融體系具有脆弱性。在已經存在SIFIs的金融體系下,金融脆弱性隨SIFIs及其他小型金融機構投資效率差距愈大愈加增強。
    The shadow banking system and systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs) play important roles in recent financial crisis. Financial institutions (FIs) securitize risky assets and use the lowest payoffs of the securitized assets as collateral to issue riskless debts. As the demand for riskless assets increases, FIs initiate more risky assets and increase leverage. SIFIs are large and advantageous to invest in risky assets compared to small FIs. The complex connection between SIFIs and economy make them too big or complex to fail. SIFIs transfer idiosyncratic risk and undertake systemic risk via securitization. Financial system is fragile to recession when entities neglect tail risks. In the financial system in which SIFIs exist,the financial fragility is severer when the gap of the investment ability between SIFIs and other small FIs becomes larger.
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    Description: 碩士
    國立政治大學
    金融學系
    103352021
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G1033520211
    Data Type: thesis
    Appears in Collections:[金融學系] 學位論文

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