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Shadow Banking: Non-Bank Financial Intermediaries Grow Despite Scrutiny
  • The most recent monitoring report, published on October 30, 2014 by the Financial Stability Board, estimates assets for non-bank lending institutions at $75.2 trillion, its highest level so far.
  • The asset classes that grew most rapidly in 2013 were “other investment funds” and “trust companies”. While the former expanded 18 percent in 2013, the latter grew 42 percent that year.
  • Combined, the Euro area, U.S., and United Kingdom represent the bulk of the shadow banking industry, holding about 80 percent of the assets in that category as of 2013.

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