One characteristic of emerging markets is encompassing capital influence and efficient methods in creating new corporate value and risk management in finance markets. This requires a vast understanding of the current rating of the firm in finance markets and the surroundings that influence its performance. Since endogenous variables of a business including tangible assets, size, profitability and growth opportunities differ, financial structure, and consequently, the risks are different. the present paper studies the impacts these variables create on leverage financing. While supporting the assumption of significant impacts of these variables on a firm’s financial structure, recommendations were given to be used by directors to control and restrict the impacts.