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Chiaramonte, Laura; Liu, (Frank) Hong; Poli, Federica; Zhou, Mingming (2016)
Publisher: Wiley
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Bank risk is not directly observable, so empirical research relies on indirect measures. We evaluate how well Z-score, the widely used accounting-based measure of bank distance to default, can predict bank failure. Using the U.S. commercial banks’ data from 2004 to 2012, we find that on average, Z-score can predict 76% of bank failure, and additional set of other bank- and macro-level variables do not increase this predictability level. We also find that the prediction power of Z-score to predict bank default remains stable within the three-year forward window.
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