Key Charts - Non-Bank Financial Intermediaries

Chinese Shadow Banking: Solution or Problem?

  • The FSB estimates shadow bank lending rose to $36 trillion in 2014 from $35 trillion in 2013, driven by growth in the United States, Ireland, and China.
  • The global shadow banking industry remains concentrated in the U.S., the UK and the euro area. However, shadow banking in China, is rapidly increasing and accounts for about 8 percent of the total industry.
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Sources: Financial Stability Board, Milken Institute.

Chinese Shadow Banking: Solution or Problem?

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