Veryfication of the disclosure lemma for Polish broker-dealer market
The paper presents the approach for the verification of the lemma used for the model for reputation risk for subsidiaries of non-public group with reciprocal shareholding as proposed by the author in priory works. For all entities with the absolute value of the reputation risk greater than the entity’s materiality the reputation risk management system should be in place . The entire population of the Polish broker-dealers market was investigated. Based on the accounting assessment of the materiality, market value of the consolidated equity for listed groups and BASEL II disclosure a verification procedure was designed. Based on the procedure, the lemma was confirmed.
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