Bank-led restructuring in Poland: bankruptcy and its alternatives, Issue 1651
Cheryl Williamson Gray, Arnold Holle, World Bank. Policy Research Dept. Finance and Private Sector Development Division
World Bank, Policy Research Dept., Finance and Private Sector Development Division, 1996 - Law - 38 pages
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139-firm sample 40 percent 77 firms appears arrears Article 19 average operating profits bad loan Bank 7 strong bank conciliation process bank creditor Bank Restructuring Program Bank-led bankruptcy law bankruptcy petition bankruptcy process base portfolio Brol collateral companies contrast to bank debt collection debt relief debt-equity swaps debtor firm debtor management designed doubtful or loss EBRP economies enter bank conciliation enterprise liquidation equity expected Figure Financial and Operational financial discipline financial distress firms in bank founding body going concern Gray and Holle incentives large creditors lead bank loan portfolio logistic regression moral hazard number of employees Number of Number Operational Outcomes P-value paper payments Poland priority procedure Process in Action real terms repaid resolution paths sale of debt Sample Distribution sector secured creditors September 1996 small creditors social insurance social security solvent firms suppliers survey Table trustee weighted assets World Bank write-offs