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Journal Article
Bank lending to LBO's: risks and supervisory response

An examination of the risks associated with leveraged buyouts and a discussion of the current response of federal bank regulators to the increased participation of banks and bank holding companies in funding LBOs, stressing the need for appropriate internal controls.
Economic Commentary , Issue Feb

Journal Article
The causes and consequences of leveraged buyouts

Review , Issue Sep , Pages 23-34

Working Paper
Event risk: an analysis of losses to bondholders and "super poison put" bond covenants

Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 111

Explaining LBOs and acquisitions

Research Paper , Paper 9020

Working Paper
Entry-deterring debt

Working Papers , Paper 89-15

Buyouts and bondholders

Chicago Fed Letter , Issue Jan

Conference Paper
Lender control and the role of private equity group reputation in buyout financing

Proceedings , Paper 1081

A comparative analysis of corporate takeovers


Working Paper
Agency problems in public firms: evidence from corporate jets in leveraged buyouts

This paper uses rich, new data to examine the fleets of corporate jets operated by both publicly traded and privately held firms. In the cross-section, firms owned by private equity funds average jet fleets at least 40 percent smaller than observably similar publicly-traded firms. Similar fleet reductions are observed within firms that go private in leveraged buyouts. I discuss assumptions under which comparisons across and within firms provide estimates of lower and upper bounds on the average treatment effect of taking a firm from public to private in a leveraged buyout. Both censored and ...
Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 2011-15

Journal Article
Leveraging opportunities to promote community reinvestment

The Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) is intended to encourage depository institutions to help meet the credit needs of the communities in which they operate, including low- and moderate-income neighborhoods, consistent with safe and sound operations. The CRA performance impacts banks and the communities they serve. CRA requirements are embedded in the chartering of financial institutions; and CRA performance ratings are considered in the approval, denial, or conditioning of applications for such activities as branching, consolidation, or acquisitions. Therefore, CRA provides a powerful ...
Profitwise , Issue Sep , Pages 7-13


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