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  Sci. Res. Impact.  

  5(2): 72-89, April 2019


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Scientific Research and Impact, Vol. 5(2), pp  72-89 April 2019


(ISSN 2315-5396) 2019 Science Park Journals

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The Risk Level of Viet Nam Real Estate Industry Under Financial Leverage During and After The Global Crisis 2009-2011.

Dinh Tran Ngoc Huy

Banking University HCMC Viet Nam – GSIM, International University of Japan, Japan.




ABSTRACT: This paperwork evaluates the impacts of external financing on market risk for the listed firms in the Viet nam real estate industry, esp. during and after the financial crisis 2009-2011.  First of all, by using quantitative and analytical methods to estimate asset and equity beta of total 45 listed companies in Viet Nam real estate industry with a proper traditional model, we found out that the beta values, in general, for many institutions are acceptable. Second, under 3 different scenarios of changing leverage (in 2011 financial reports, 30% up and 20% down), we recognized that the risk level, measured by equity and asset beta mean, decreases when leverage increases to 30% but increases more if leverage decreases down to 20%. Third, by changing leverage in 3 scenarios, we recognized the dispersion of risk level, measured by equity beta var, increases from 0,219 to 0,316 if the leverage increases to 30% whereas decreases to 0,166 if leverage decreases to 20%. But the dispersion measured by asset beta var decreases to 0,082 (leverage down 20%), showing leverage impact. Finally, this paper provides some outcomes that could provide companies and government more evidence in establishing their policies in governance.


keyword: equity beta, financial structure, financial crisis, risk, external financing, real estate industry








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