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Un análisis del exceso de capital de los bancos comerciales en Colombia

  • Javier Gutiérrez Rueda

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  • Angela González Arbeláez

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  • Dairo Estrada

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El objetivo de este documento es estimar los determinantes del capital económico, para luego compararlo con el capital regulatorio sugerido por Basilea II, utilizando un modelo unifactorial de riesgo basado en el sistema de calificaciones internas (IRB, por su sigla en inglés), el cual sólo tiene consideraciones de riesgo de crédito. Por una parte, los resultados muestran que dentro de los determinantes del capital económico se encuentran el riesgo de crédito, el crecimiento de la cartera y el ciclo económico, entre otros. Por otra parte, se observa que los excesos de capital están explicados, en gran medida, por consideraciones de la exposición al riesgo de crédito de los bancos."

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