The Impact of Business Scale of “Shadow Banking” on Credit Risk of Commercial Banks --Take Ten Domestic Listed Commercial Banks as Examples

Sijia Wen, Jishan Ma, Yawen Pan, Yuan Qi, Ruizhi Xiong

Abstract


In this article, according to search for the definition of shadow banking, we can make sure the business kinds of “shadow banking”, discuss the influence of business in “shadow banking” on credit risk of commercial banks, and study the elements which may increase the credit risk of commercial banks by using the semi-annual panel data during 2011-2016 of 10 listed banks. Then we can come to some primary conclusions: The credit risk of commercial banks is related to the shadow banking business. All the survival scale increment of financial products increasing, the size of entrusted loans increasing in increment, and the increasing in the size of guarantee commitments will increase the credit risk of commercial banks. There is no obvious relationship between trust loan business and bank credit risk. Our study is of great significance for the government to supervise the off-balance-sheet business of commercial banks. At the same time, it also fills the vacancy of domestic commercial banking “shadow banking” business empirical research.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ijef.v9n5p94

Copyright (c) 2017 Sijia Wen, Jishan Ma, Yawen Pan, Yuan Qi, Ruizhi Xiong

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