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Extending the Maturity of a Defaulting Debt — The Longstaff Model Revisited

  • Shyan Yuan Lee

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    (Department of Finance, National Taiwan University, No. 1, Sec. 4, Roosevelt Road, Da-an District, Taipei City 106, Taiwan)

  • Yi Fang Chung

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    (Department of Finance, National Taiwan University, Taiwan; Department of Finance, De Lin Institute of Technology, 4F., No.4, Alley 2, Lane 266, Sihwei Rd., Banciao City, Taipei County 220, Taiwan)

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    This paper uses differing objective functions under the Longstaff model (1990) to discuss the strategic choices faced by the creditor when deciding whether to grant maturity extension on a defaulted loan. The results reveal that: (1) it ensures that the return per unit of risk is higher after maturity extension than before; (2) it recognizes that the risk profile of the firm substantially affects the strategic behavior of the creditor; and (3) it demonstrates that the higher the profit sharing percentage the creditor get, the more willing it will be to extend maturity.

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    Volume (Year): 12 (2009)
    Issue (Month): 01 ()
    Pages: 125-140

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