By Michael Genser
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Bankruptcy costs are valued at BC = α · V − . 22) By assumption, debt holders become the new owners of the ﬁrm. Pick a VB suﬃciently low such that not all of the claims senior to equity can be honored and equity holders receive nothing (E − = 0). Because the new owners are subject to the corporate tax rate, they value their claim as − DC,∞ = (1 − α) · (1 − τ ef f ) · V − . 23) The government again receives the tax payments, namely G− = (1 − α) · τ ef f · V − . 15) − + G− + BC. 2 The Optimal Bankruptcy Level and Coupon Under the current restrictive capital structure we can continue the exposition by considering the optimal choice of the bankruptcy level ηB and coupon C.
Due to the Markov property, the ]T , T ]default probability is Φ(T , T, ηt0 , ηB (t)) = Φ(t0 , T, ηt0 , ηB (t)) − Φ(t0 , T , ηt0 , ηB (t)). 12) The owner of a claim that pays one currency unit at bankruptcy only if the ﬁrm goes bankrupt between T and T holds a portfolio of two claims of the type pB (t0 , ·, ηt0 , ηB (t)). The value of the ]T , T ]-bankruptcy claim is 9 Black and Cox (1976) were the ﬁrst to apply this approach when they extended the Merton (1974) model to bankruptcy before debt maturity.
Tax Regime 1: In the base case model, we implement a setting where negative corporate earnings are immediately eligible for a tax refund, so that the company has cash inﬂows amounting to the negative tax liabilities. By the same token, equity owners who have to balance negative earnings immediately do this with a tax subsidy. Explicitly, we exempt capital repayments of debt at maturity from this taxation on the corporate and equity investor level. This yields the following valuation equations for the debt, equity holders, and the 14 The bankruptcy strategies here are simple because the only option is liquidation of the ﬁrm.