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The contribution of on-site examination ratings to an emprircal model of bank failures

This paper investigates how well regulator examinations predict bank failures, and how best to incorporate examination information into an econometric model of time-to-failure. We estimate proportional hazard models with time-varying covariates and find that examiner ratings help explain the failure hazard. Both the overall rating of a bank's condition and management, i.e., the composite CAMELS rating, and ratings of specific components contain information. In addition, we find that the marginal "effect" of ratings is non-linear, in that the impact of a rating downgrade on the probability ...
Working Papers , Paper 1999-023

Journal Article
Can the stock market tell bank supervisors anything they don't already know?

This article provides evidence consistent with recent policy proposals calling for a greater role for market forces in promoting a safe and sound financial system. The authors' empirical results indicate a measure of expected default probability distilled from equity prices helps predict the financial condition of individual banking organizations, as reflected in their supervisory ratings. Moreover, the stock market data have predictive power over and above the information in the quarterly financial statements available to supervisors between inspections. These findings suggest financial ...
Economic and Financial Policy Review , Issue Q II , Pages 2-9

Conference Paper
The changing financial world, low-income people and asset building

Proceedings , Paper 666

Working Paper
The information content of bank examinations

Finance and Economics Discussion Series , Paper 94-20

Journal Article
A new supervisory system for rating banks

Quarterly Review , Volume 3 , Issue Summer , Pages 47-50

Journal Article
Follow the money: death threats, suicides and million dollar frauds are just part of the job for this Fed bank examiner

The Region , Volume 12 , Issue Jun , Pages 16-21

Conference Paper
Managing moral hazard with market signals: how regulation should change with banking

Proceedings , Paper 623

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The cost of banking regulation

Proceedings , Paper 937

Conference Paper
The diffusion of financial innovations: an examination of the adoption of small business credit scoring by large banking organizations

Proceedings , Paper 724

Journal Article
Using market data in the supervisory process: a symposium introduction

The Region , Issue Sep , Pages 4


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