Bank of Canada on risky measures


Bank of Canada in January examines the relationship between ownership and corporate risk-taking and finds that shareholders with substantial equity ownership in a single company may advocate conservative investment policies due to greater exposure to firm risk.

Agency theory holds that shareholders are risk neutral because they can diversify away idiosyncratic risks. However, studies into corporate risk for large shareholders have received only limited attention in the empirical literature. This

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