The Canadian Keiretsu
AbstractThis article describes the Canadian "keiretsu", in which a main Chartered Bank dominates an interlocking group of corporate clients, investment dealers, trust companies, and professional advisors. Such a network facilitates information-sharing and monitoring among group members, while also reducing the agency costs of banker misbehavior. Most major Canadian firms are members of a "keiretsu", and stock ownership of Canadian corporations is far more concentrated than ownership of U.S. companies. 1997 Morgan Stanley.
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Volume (Year): 9 (1997)
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