指數股票型基金持股比例及其波動度與公司信用風險關聯性

Tsung Kang Chen*, Tsung Sheng Tsai, Mei Ling Huang

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摘要

This study aims to explore whether ETF ownership level and its volatility affect corporate credit risk using Taiwanese firm data from June 2003 to September 2020. The credit risk proxies used in this study include accounting-based and market-based credit risk variables, which are measured by TCRI rating and Distance to Default (DD), respectively. We find that ETF ownership level is significantly and negatively related to firm credit risk while (unwinsorized) ETF ownership volatility has an opposite effect. This study further finds that ETF ownership level is significantly and positively related to corporate disclosure quality and yet an opposite effect on equity return volatility did exist, revealing that the price discovery hypothesis is empirically supported in Taiwanese ETF market. In addition, the negative association between ETF ownership level and firm accounting-based credit risk becomes significantly weaker for firms listed in the governance-ETF components. Finally, our conclusions are still robust when considering the endogeneity problems.

貢獻的翻譯標題ETF Ownership Level, ETF Ownership Volatility, and Corporate Credit Risk
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頁(從 - 到)95-143
頁數49
期刊Journal of Accounting Review
76
DOIs
出版狀態Published - 2023

Keywords

  • Credit Risk
  • ETF ownership level
  • ETF ownership volatility
  • Price discovery hypothesis

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