Growth of shadow banks led by risky investment vehicles – FSB

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Mark Carney is currently chair of the FSB
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Shadow banking continued to expand in 2015, with some of the fastest growth seen in run-prone collective investment vehicles, according the Financial Stability Board’s latest data.

Published today (May 10), the FSB’s shadow bank monitoring report shows the riskier part of the non-bank sector grew 3.2% to $34 trillion in 2015. The report studies both broad financial intermediation and a narrower, activity-based measure of shadow banking.

Collective investment vehicles make up 65% of shadow

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