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Syndicated Lending. Bank loans in which a lead bank “originates” a loan and lines up other financial institutions to share a portion of the loans. Borrowers are large.

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syndicated lending
Syndicated Lending
  • Bank loans in which a lead bank “originates” a loan and lines up other financial institutions to share a portion of the loans.
    • Borrowers are large.
  • Syndicate includes other non-bank financial institutions – investment banks like Goldman Sachs and finance companies such as GE capital – as well as institutional investors like CLOs, hedge funds, mutual funds, insurance companies, and pension funds.
  • Syndicated loan market is part of “shadow banking system”
to separate supply and demand
To Separate Supply and Demand
  • Look at relationship between lending and reliance on short-term debt (rather than insured deposits).
    • If banks with greater reliance on short-term debt cut lending more, that would be evidence of decline in a loan supply.
  • Look at relationship between lending and vulnerability to credit-line drawdowns.
    • If banks with more vulnerability to credit-line drawdowns cut lending more, that would be evidence of a decline in loan supply.
evidence
Evidence
  • A bank with the median deposits-to-assets ratio reduced its monthly number of loan originations by 36% between August and December 2008.
  • A bank with a deposits-to-assets ratio one standard deviation below the mean (i.e., greater reliance on short-term debt than the mean) reduced loan originations by 49%.
  • A bank with a deposits-to-assets ratio one standard deviation above the mean (i.e., less reliance on short-term debt than the mean) reduced loan originations by 21%.

Evidence of Decline in Loan Supply

link between unexpected drawdowns and loans
Link Between Unexpected Drawdowns and Loans
  • Focus on banks that co-syndicated revolvers with Lehman (other banks would have to pick up slack).
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Evidence
  • Banks that co-syndicated a larger fraction of their revolving credit lines with Lehman reduced their lending more.
    • Banks with a one standard deviation higher exposure to Lehman (than point estimate in table 6) experienced a 44% drop in lending.
    • Banks with a one standard deviation lower exposure to Lehman (than point estimate in table 6) experienced a 25% drop in lending.

Evidence of Decline in Loan Supply