ABSTRACT Related party transactions make the credit risk proliferate rapidly in the network formed by the transactions. Not only it will be more difficult for the enterprise Groups to control themselves, but also it will be more challenging for the crediting commercial banks to monitor. In this paper, we built a theoretical model of the proliferation of credit risk based on the simplified model. Further, from the two basic factors that influence the intensity of related party transactions- the scale of enterprise Groups and the intensity of the related relationship, we did a simulation research. The study found: when the two basic factors are controlled in a reasonable range, enterprise Group's credit risk can be controlled at a lower level.
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