Overpricing in China’s Corporate Bond Market
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发布日期:2021年12月25日 上次修订日期:2022年03月02日


Using a comprehensive dataset of Chinese corporate bond issuances, we uncover substantial evidence of issuance overpricing: the yield spread of newly issued bonds at their first secondary-market trading day is on average 5.35 bps higher than the issuance spread. This overpricing is robust across subsamples of bond issuances with different credit ratings, maturities, issuance types, and issuer status. We further provide extensive evidence to support a hypothesis that competition among underwriters drives this overpricing through two specific channels—either through rebates to participants in issuance auctions or through direct auction bidding by the underwriters for themselves or their clients.

Yi Ding ; Wei Xiong ; Jinfan Zhang ; Overpricing in China’s Corporate Bond Market (2021年12月25日)http://www.cfrn.com.cn//lw/zbsc/scyxxlw/36e3aa56b63840c19d3ee4b0450f4a3d.htm

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