Bundesbank paper examines dynamics of crisis repo funding


A working paper published today by the Deutsche Bundesbank examines the internal funding patterns of German banks and how they evolved during the global financial crisis.

In Repo funding and internal capital markets in the financial crisis, author Cornelia Düwel uses confidential balance sheet data collected by the Bundesbank to identify banks' fund management practices during the crisis. She finds that subsidiaries of German banks tended to be well capitalised and were left to fend for

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