BIS authors spot structural break in bank financing

Dan Hinge

There appears to have been a structural break in the way banks choose to fund themselves around the time of the 2008 crisis, according to a working paper published by the Bank for International Settlements today (March 9).

Leonardo Gambacorta, Adrian van Rixtel and Stefano Schiaffi of the BIS’s monetary and economic department draw on the BIS global banking statistics to show that as turbulence began in 2007, banks cut their reliance on cross-border funding obtained directly by their

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