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risk associated with the firms investments or assets.

In a firm with no debt, the common shareholders face only

this business risk.

But if the firm carries debt (i.e., is leveraged), the common

shareholders also face financial risk: the risk that the firm

will not be able to service the debt and therefore will go

into bankruptcy.

Obviously, the more leverage, the greater the risk to the

common shareholders.

Financial risk, however, does not affect business risk;

leverage does not affect the firms assets.

will equal the firms asset beta.

The asset beta is equal to the sum of the weighted Thus, the firms asset beta can be expressed

average of the beta of the firms debt (D), and the beta algebraically as:

of the firms equity (E).

attributable to debt, and E/V is the portion of the

value attributable to equity.

If the beta of the firms debt is positive (meaning the Assume that a non-leveraged firm has an asset beta of

debt is sensitive to market moves), the beta for the 0.8.

firms equity will exceed the firms asset beta because Now assume that the firm takes on such substantial

of the financial risk associated with the debt. debt that debt represents 40% of the value of the firm

The weighted averages of the firms debt beta and and the debt has a beta of 0.2.

equity beta will equal the firms asset beta (i.e., the The firms equity beta can then be computed

beta of a non leveraged or low leveraged firm). algebraically using the earlier formula.

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Using the earlier formula, the firms equity beta is 1.2. This result is intuitively appealing because it can be

expected that, as a firm becomes more and more

leveraged, the equity holders will demand a higher

return to compensate for the added financial risk.

of asset (e.g., cement plants) the firms equity beta will

also be its asset beta, and the equity beta could be T is the combined federal and state corporate income tax

expressed as the unlevered equity beta, u. rate, and D/E is the firms debt to equity ratio.

If, however, the firm has debt, the firms equity beta Thus, if the firm has no debt, the financial risk term

will reflect this leverage and can be expressed as a becomes zero and the firms cost of equity, rle, is

leveraged equity beta, l. determined by the standard form CAPM, with beta being

In a 1969 article, Robert Hamada set out a the unlevered beta, u.

mathematical formula for moving between levered Hamadas formula divides the required cost of equity

and unlevered betas, and the formula is commonly capital for the levered firm (rle) into three elements:

used today. (1) a risk-free rate, rf;

(2) a premium for business risk, u(rm - rf ); and

(3) a premium for financial risk, u(rm - rf )(1-T)(D/E).

by [l], depends on both the firms business risk as

measured by u and its financial risk as measured by

u (1-T)(D/E).

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