Key Charts - Non-Bank Financial Intermediaries

Several Advanced Countries Have Relatively Large Non-Bank Financial Institutions

The Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, the Euro area, Hong Kong, the United States, and South Korea have non-bank financial systems that are almost twice as large as their GDP, according to the Financial Stability Board. This is partly because of offshore activities that are carried out by banks in these countries. Two countries, the Netherlands and the United States, have non-bank financial assets that are larger than their bank assets.

Source: Financial Stability Board Global Shadow Banking Monitoring Report 2013.

Several Advanced Countries Have Relatively Large Non-Bank Financial Institutions

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