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Does trading frequency affect subordinated debt spreads?

Christopher Bianchi

Does trading frequency affect subordinated debt spreads?

by Christopher Bianchi

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Published by Federal Reserve Board in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementChristopher Bianchi, Diana Hancock, and Laura Kawano.
SeriesFinance and economics discussion series ;, 2005-08, Finance and economics discussion series (Online) ;, 2005-08.
ContributionsHancock, Diana, 1955-, Kawano, Laura.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHG1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3476845M
LC Control Number2005616392

Covered debt instrument means an unsecured debt instrument that is: (1) Issued by a global systemically important BHC and that is an eligible debt security, as defined in 12 CFR , or that is pari passu or subordinated to any eligible debt security issued . option-pricing theory, we show that the subordinated debt spread and the negative distance to default do indeed satisfy these properties. 3 We also find that the signal-to-noise ratio of subordinated debt spreads should be quite low far away from the default point of the bank. We then summarise the results.

  Once such decisions are accounted for, new evidence is provided that indicates that subordinated debt spreads were sensitive to organization-specific risks in the mids, and that the risk- sensitivity of such spreads was about the same in the pre- and post-FDICIA periods. These results resolve some anomalies in the existing literature.   High frequency trading has been in the news more, thanks in part to Michael Lewis’ new book, Flash Boys. This article presents a simple explanation of how and why high frequency trading .

In connection with this issue, Citigroup Global Markets Inc. as stabilizing manager (or persons acting on behalf of the stabilizing manager) may over-allot subordinated notes (provided that the aggregate principal amount of subordinated notes allotted does not exceed % of the aggregate principal amount of the subordinated notes) or effect. According to some estimates, high-frequency trading by investment banks, hedge funds and other players accounts for 60% to 70% of all trades in U.S. stocks, explaining the enormous increase in.


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Does trading frequency affect subordinated debt spreads? by Christopher Bianchi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Complex U.S. banking organizations over the Q2 - Q4 period, we find that trading frequency does significantly affect subordinated debt spreads. Large gaps between observed prices for a bond significantly increases its spread.

And, bonds that are traded highly frequently have significantly lower Does trading frequency affect subordinated debt spreads?

book than less frequently traded bonds. Using trading data of US banking issuers, overBianchi et al find " that trading frequency does significantly affect subordinated debt spreads. Large time gaps betwe. To examine the time-series effect of trading frequency on subordinated debt spreads, we consider the liquidity of subordinated debt for large, complex U.S.

banking organizations over the Q2 - Q4 period. Since trade volumes are unobservable, we construct various measures of weekly trading frequency from observed bond prices. Subordinated Debt is a loan or security that ranks below other loans or securities with regard to claims on assets or earnings.

Subordinated debt is also known as a junior security or subordinated. A Reconsideration of the Risk Sensitivity of U.S. Banking Organization Subordinated Debt Spreads: A Sample Selection Approach.

Economic Policy Review, Vol. 10, No. 2, September Does Trading Frequency Affect Subordinated Debt Spreads. Number of pages: 35 Posted: 01 Feb   High-frequency trading (HFT) is an automated trading platform that large investment banks, hedge funds, and institutional investors employ.

It uses powerful computers to transact a. Does trading frequency affect subordinated debt spreads. Finance and Economics Discussion Series, Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (U.S.) View citations (2) Market discipline in banking reconsidered: the roles of funding manager decisions and deposit insurance reform.

To examine the time-series effect of trading frequency on subordinated debt spreads, we consider the liquidity of subordinated debt for large, complex U.S.

banking organizations over the Q2. Measuring subordinated debt. A reasonable test of the market influence effect of subordinated debt would be to compare how banks that start with the same levels of risk-weighted assets 4 (thus have similar initial assets risk) but have different amounts of subordinated debt on their balance sheets to support the risk-weighted assets differ in terms of future risk taking.

High-frequency trading dominates trading in financial markets. How it affects the low-frequency trading, however, is still unclear.

Using NASDAQ order book data, the authors investigate this question by categorizing orders as either high or low frequency, and examining several measures. However, if those small pilot fish, they can become part of the meal.

When it comes to Forex high-frequency trading (HFT), retail traders become the meal. Indeed, if they choose to participate in high frequency trading, they swim in dangerous waters. Trading is. 1 Introduction Over the last few years, economists have intensely debated the role of subordi-nated debt as a vehicle for improved market discipline in banking.1 Some au- thors advocate mandatory issuance of subordinated debt instruments by banks.

2 Other proposals focus on the so-called yield spread, i.e., the difference between. Table 2 reports the frequency distribution of debt ratings, the median offering yield spreads, and the bank size by debt rating.

Approximately 80 percent of the debt issues are rated A or above; about 14 percent are rated B a a or Ba; and 6 percent are the rated bonds, there is a monotonic relation between yield spreads and Moody's debt rating—the higher the debt rating, the. To examine the time-series effect of trading frequency on subordinated debt spreads, we consider the liquidity of subordinated debt for large, complex U.S.

banking organizations over the Q2 Title: Public Sector Financial. Several methods for imposing a subordinated debt requirement on banks have been proposed. Understanding the forces that move credit spreads can inform decisions about how to design a mandatory subordinated debt system; moreover, the objectives of any such design should be.

Downloadable (with restrictions). The increasing complexity of large financial firms has led to consideration of alternative regulatory structures. This has intensified recently because of the worldwide turmoil in financial markets. One important consideration has been to increase reliance on market discipline—most notably, increased reliance on subordinated debt (sub-debt) in the bank.

(ii) A broker or dealer may elect not to be subject to the Aggregate Indebtedness Standard of paragraph (a)(1)(i) of this broker or dealer shall not permit its net capital to be less than the greater of $, or 2 percent of aggregate debit items computed in accordance with the Formula for Determination of Reserve Requirements for Brokers and Dealers (Exhibit A to Rule 15c Does trading frequency affect subordinated debt spreads.

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Wilcox. Subordinated debt has a nonzero RR only if senior debt fully recovers. Equity always yields zero RR as required by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (, Section (c)). In the case of the default of an issuer, the RRs are linked by the following waterfall mechanism.

European Corporate Bond Market: Spreads, Yields, Size / Senior & Subordinated Financials Spreads. Senior & Subordinated Financials Spreads. For example, Jennifer Conrad, Sunil Wahal and Jin Xiang—authors of the study “High-Frequency Quoting, Trading, and the Efficiency of Prices,” published in the May issue of the Journal of Financial Economics—concluded: “The evidence suggests that, on average, high frequency quotation activity does not damage market quality.

In. To capture this potential effect on the subordinated debt spread, we include two indicator variables, COUPON12 and COUPON2, that equal 1 when the coupon frequency is monthly and semiannual, respectively, and 0 otherwise.

Our reasoning suggests that the coefficients on the monthly coupon frequency indicator will be negative.Financial Statements for Banks. While the general structure of financial statements Analysis of Financial Statements How to perform Analysis of Financial Statements.

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