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Common ownership of companies can be beneficial

Associate Professor Holly Yang from SMU’s School of Accountancy has researched on the role of individual managers in corporate disclosure and determinants of firms’ voluntary disclosure decisions. In this podcast, she discusses how cross-ownership of industry peers helps institutional investors acquire deeper industry insights and enhanced private information, which is incorporated by managers in their investment decisions.
A Podcast from SMU Engage
Sep 1
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Associate Professor of Accounting Holly Yang from SMU’s School of Accountancy has researched on the role of individual managers in corporate disclosure and determinants of firms’ voluntary disclosure decisions. Together with co-author Associate Prof Young Jun Cho, she is currently working on publishing a paper on Institutional Cross Ownership of Peer Firms and Investment Sensitivity to Stock Price.

In this podcast, she discuss how cross-ownership of industry peers helps institutional investors better acquire industry insights and produce private information, thus allowing managers to incorporate this information in their investment decisions.

 

Originally published at https://news.smu.edu.sg/news/2019/09/18/common-ownership-companies-can-be-beneficial.