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Title:Bank control and the number of bank relations of Japanese firms PDF Logo
Authors:Ogawa, Kazuo
Sterken, Elmer
Tokutsu, Ichiro
Issue Date:2005
Series/Report no.:CESifo working papers 1589
Abstract:We explore the determinants of the number of long-term bank relations of listed Japanese firms using a unique data set covering the period 1982-1999. Japanese listed firms have about seven long-term bank loan relations on average, but show a large variation around the average. We analyze the determinants of the choice for the number of bank relations. We use data on loan and equity ownership to address the impact of the Japan-specific bank-firm relations and bank control on the number of loans decision. Having a relation with a topequity holding bank reduces the number of bank relations, while debt-rich and cash-poor firms have more bank relations.
Subjects:firm-bank relations
single versus multiple borrowing
bank control
discrete choice models
JEL:G32
G21
Document Type:Working Paper
Appears in Collections:CESifo Working Papers, CESifo Group Munich

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