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Nonbank Lending

Sergey Chernenko, Isil Erel, Robert Prilmeier

NBER Working Paper No. 26458
Issued in November 2019

---- Acknowledgments ----

Chernenko is with Purdue University (schernen@purdue.edu); Erel is with Ohio State University, NBER, and ECGI (erel@fisher.osu.edu); and Prilmeier is with Tulane University (rprilmei@tulane.edu). We thank Gus De Franco, Daniel Green, Rustom Irani, Jessica Jeffers, Candace Jens, Elena Loutskina, Philipp Schnabl, Jeremy Stein, Rene Stulz, Amir Sufi, Adi Sunderam, Mike Weisbach, and seminar participants at 2019 AFA Meetings and Cavalcade, 2018 EFA Meetings, 2018 FDIC-JFSR Banking Research Conference, Boston College, HEC Paris, Koc University, NBER Corporate Finance Meeting, Peking University GSM, Tsinghua PBCSF, Tulane University, and UMass Amherst for helpful comments. This research has been funded in part by the National Center for the Middle Market. Emily Braverman, Daniel Brennan, Alex Denman-Still, Yifeng Gu, Farrah Kharche, Yimeng Li, Kateryna Parke, Bianca Pelletti, Mutian Rui, and Shiyao Zhang provided excellent research assistance. Internet Appendix is available at https://www.dropbox.com/s/vd0k2w07tm5ipdv/NonbankLendingInternetAppendix.pdf?dl=0 The views expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Bureau of Economic Research.

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