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    政大機構典藏 > 商學院 > 會計學系 > 學位論文 >  Item 140.119/99294
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    Title: 事前訴訟風險對銀行聯貸特性之影響
    The Effect of Ex-ante Litigation Risk On Syndicated Loan Features
    Authors: 蘇庭葦
    Contributors: 詹凌菁
    Keywords: 事前訴訟風險
    Ex-ante litigation risk
    Religious social norm
    Syndicated loans
    Debt contracting
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2016-07-20 16:40:19 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 公司發生訴訟將影響其價值與財務狀況,亦影響未來償債能力。本研究係探討公司的事前訴訟風險(ex-ante litigation risk)是否影響銀行對其之貸款條件,進而探討宗教信仰是否降低銀行對於訴訟風險的敏感度。本研究發現,當公司面臨較高的事前訴訟風險時,銀行將要求較高的貸款利率,同時主貸銀行持有較高貸款比例且參與貸款的銀行數量較少。此外,由於宗教信仰能抑止管理階層的不道德行為及提昇財報品質,故本研究以公司總部所在地之信仰宗教人數比例作為衡量宗教的代理變數。實證結果發現,公司若位於宗教程度較高的地區,能降低事前訴訟風險對於銀行貸款條件的影響,進而獲得較低的貸款利率、較大的貸款金額,並增加參與貸款的銀行數量。
    Lawsuits may deteriorate defendant firms’ financial position and lower their firms’ value. Moreover, it reduces the recovery rate in the event of default. This study examines whether banks price their borrowers’ ex-ante litigation risk in syndicated loan market and further investigates whether the relation between ex-ante litigation risk is conditioned on religiosity. The results suggest that banks tend to price in firms with higher ex-ante litigation risk by charging higher spread, and form more concentrated syndicate. In addition, strong religious social norm is seen as a mechanism to constrain managerial opportunism and improve financial reporting quality. Using the proportion of adherents where firms’ headquarters locate as a proxy for religious adherence, I find that the association between ex-ante litigation risk and syndicated loan features is alleviated. Firms with higher ex-ante litigation risk are associated with lower loan spreads, larger loan amounts and greater number of total lenders if borrowers are headquartered in areas with strong religious social norms.
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