This paper analyses the impact of accessing Chinese credit market on European banks, as they are the main foreign investors in this market. The impact is assessed in terms of changes in the share prices of European banks following the announcement of operations on the Chinese credit market. Empirical verification is conducted through an event study methodology. The analysis refers to the 2001-2014 period. Results show that the announcement of an operation in China has a positive impact on the value of the European bank itself, albeit limited and with different levels.

European banks in China: An event study analysis

NADOTTI, Loris Lino Maria;VANNONI, VALERIA
2016-01-01

Abstract

This paper analyses the impact of accessing Chinese credit market on European banks, as they are the main foreign investors in this market. The impact is assessed in terms of changes in the share prices of European banks following the announcement of operations on the Chinese credit market. Empirical verification is conducted through an event study methodology. The analysis refers to the 2001-2014 period. Results show that the announcement of an operation in China has a positive impact on the value of the European bank itself, albeit limited and with different levels.
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