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Autoren:

Daube, Carl Heinz; Krivenkov, Vladislav

Abstract:

Despite the fact that underpricing in new-issued bonds has been part of the academic discussion since at least 1969, it never got the same attention as underpricing of stock market IPOs. This paper follows the discussion and analyzes the pricing pf 1.566 fixed coupon Euro-dominated corporate bonds issued between 2009 and 2017. One of the main insights is a significant new-issue premium in the analyzed sample. The descriptive analysis of the realized issue premia is followed by a statistical modeling of these based on some bond characteristics.


Autoren:

Daube, Carl Heinz; Becker, Marco

Problemstellung:

Im Kontext der immer weiter fortschreitenden Digitalisierung sowie im Zuge der 4. Industriellen Revolution (Industrie 4.0) müssen die Business Models vieler Unternehmen einem kontinuierlichen Wandel unterzogen werden, um die Wettbewerbsfähigkeit und die Zukunftsfähigkeit des Unternehmens langfristig sicherzustellen.

 

Autoren:

Daube, Carl Heinz; Dobernig, Harald; Becker, Marco; Peskes, Markus

Abstract:

Small and midcap companies are the backbone of the German economy with respect to employment, contribution to GDP, tax payments, share at world market, innovation – to mention just a few. Hence, it is important that economic and political conditions are favorable for small and midsize enterprises. The article takes a closer look at the funding conditions for companies of the non-financial sector using data starting 2002 analyzing the usage of bank loans and turnover. The statistical outcome suggests that there is often a strong correlation between bank loans and turnover. However, it also suggests the traditional funding from banks is becoming less important and direct funding instruments using capital markets becoming more important.