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Final Exam Preparation Notes for ECON335

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Final exam preparation notes for ECON335 which is based on past exam questions for year 2011 to year 2015.

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Final Exam Preparation Notes for ECON335
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Money Finance Economy Systemic risk Banking Financial markets Banks Credit Bank Market liquidity Collateral Capital requirement
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14-17 Case Study: Loan losses in Australia in 1980s In the late 1980s/ early 1990s,it was a timeof new and fierce competition.New foreign banks anxious to establish market share (especially in mid-level corporate lending). Freeing-up of state banks into areas in which they had little expertise, but implicit guarantee (moral hazard abounded). Corporate borrowers took advantage of this, established multiple ADI(authorised deposit-taking institutions) relationships , which made credit exposure evaluation difficult. The huge losses also caused by over-reliance of ‘name’ lending, negative pledges (or covenants) sometimes employed rather than collateral, shares increasingly taken as security and emphasis on up front fees so thin margins thereafter. Much lending asset speculation – high loan-to-valuation ratio –capitalisation of interest. All of the above are hig...
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