Researchers at the Bank of England (BoE) have compiled a new database comprising banks’ regulatory disclosures, presenting preliminary findings and possible uses for the data in a staff working paper, published today (March 17).
Sebastian de-Ramon, William Francis and Kristoffer Milonas say a major goal of building the database was to provide granular information to support future research and policy work. They have written a manual to accompany the data with this in mind.
Their initial result
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