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An association between conservatism and bank loan pricing
Huang, Yi Ying
Lin, Wan Ying
Huang, Yi Ying
bank loan pricing
|Issue Date: ||2013-09-05 14:26:43 (UTC+8)|
本研究以1997至2008年之5,507筆觀察值為研究樣本，依Beaver and Ryan（2005）之分類，將穩健會計衡量指標分為非條件式穩健會計與條件式穩健會計，分析公司會計穩健程度對銀行融資利率的影響，並探討公允價值會計是否會影響條件式穩健會計與銀行融資利率之關聯性。
Financial statement is one of important resources to credit decisions making. Conservatism increases the quality of financial statement. Based on the definition of types of accounting conservatism, unconditional and conditional, proposed by Beaver and Ryan (2005), and the use of a sample of 5,507 firm-year financial data from 1997 to 2008, this study investigates conservatism effects on the over-loan risks from borrowers through bank loan pricing.
The primary empirical findings indicate that a significantly negative association exits between unconditional (conditional) conservatism and bank loan pricing. In addition, a significantly negative association exits between fair-value accounting and bank loan pricing, and the adoption of fair-value accounting affect the association between conditional conservatism and bank loan pricing. Moreover, the result also shows that a significantly negative association exits between unconditional conservatism and the over-loan risks. The analysis of additional tests indicates that the primary findings held when alternative measurements of interest rates are used for proxy variables for bank loan pricing and EBIT is used for proxy variables for EBITDA.
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