The fast-growing financial intermediaries known as shadow banks have provided a valuable service over the past decade, filling gaps in what traditional banks offer with innovative products and platforms. 701 more words
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Companies that do not plan for the inevitable low-carbon economy resulting from climate action sparked by the Paris Climate Change Agreement risk considerable financial losses and drops in value, argue a pair of leading economists from the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment. 358 more words
Siddhidatri Mishra of the Financial Times writes on the Lehman Brother’s role in the ‘Great Recession’ and risks, problems and solutions to shadow banking.
The term shadow banking was first coined by Paul McCulley of the investment management firm PIMCO and consists of all banking activities which are similar to traditional banking activities, but are conducted outside the purview of traditional banking activities and its related regulations. 749 more words
Siddhidatri Mishra of the Financial Times reports on the Financial Stability Board.
In the backdrop of various countries coming to terms with the aftermath of the 2007-08 financial crises, the Financial Stability Board (FSB) had circulated the agenda of transforming shadow banking into resilient market-based finance. 327 more words