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Keywords:Loan sales 

Journal Article
Off-balance sheet banking

FRBSF Economic Letter

Working Paper
Managing the risk of loans with basis risk: sell, hedge, or do nothing?

Individual loans contain a bundle of risks including credit risk and interest rate risk. This paper focuses on the general issue of banks? management of these various risks in a model with costly loan monitoring and convex taxes. The results suggest that if the hedge is not subject to basis risk, then hedging dominates a strategy of ?do nothing.? Whether hedging dominates loan sales depends on whether it induces reduced monitoring, the net benefit of monitoring, and the reduced tax burden of eliminating all risk via selling. If the hedge is subject to basis risk, then a ?do nothing? strategy ...
FRB Atlanta Working Paper , Paper 2000-25

Working Paper
Loan sales: Pacific Rim trade in nontradable assets

An examination of the role of foreign banks in the loan sales market, finding that the motives for loan sales and purchases differ between U.S. and foreign-owned banks and between foreign banks of different regions, which is consistent with foreign banks' using the market for diversification.
Working Papers (Old Series) , Paper 9414

Working Paper
An analysis of the use of loan sales and standby letters of credit by commercial banks

Working Papers in Applied Economic Theory , Paper 87-09

Journal Article
Off-balance sheet banking

Economic Review , Issue Fall , Pages 21-36

Conference Paper
Banks and loan sales: evidence of implicit contracts

Proceedings

Conference Paper
Public policy and the evolution of banking markets

Proceedings , Paper 237

Conference Paper
The paradox of loan sales

Proceedings , Paper 151

Conference Paper
Why commercial banks sell loans: an empirical analysis

Proceedings , Paper 152

Conference Paper
The loan asset sales market, what lies ahead?

Proceedings , Paper 286

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