Proceedings of the 2017 2nd International Conference on Education, Management Science and Economics (ICEMSE 2017)

Relevance between Equity Structure and Financial Performance-Empirical Study Based on Bi-Logit Selective Model

Authors
Yang Li, Jiayi Tan, Jingling Huang
Corresponding Author
Yang Li
Available Online December 2017.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/icemse-17.2017.34How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Equity Ownership Structure, Equity Concentration, Financial Performance, Factor Analysis, Bi-Logit Selective Model
Abstract
Aiming to provide empirical evidence to optimize governance structure and enhance performance level in China Capital Market, drawing Chinese listed companies during 2012-2016 as samples, dividing into equity ownership structure and equity concentration, the paper tested empirically the relevance between equity structure and financial performance based on methods such as factor analysis and Bi-Logit selective model. The results show that state-owned shares proportion and the top ten major shareholder shareholding proportion have significantly negative correlation with financial performance, and legal person share proportion and the first majority shareholder shareholding proportion have significantly positive correlation with financial performance, and circulation A shares proportion and managers shareholding proportion have no significant correlation with financial performance.
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