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services provided by commercial banks to individuals (as opposed to business customers) that include current accounts, deposit and savings accounts, as well as credit cards, mortgages, and investments. In the United Kingdom, although this service was traditionally provided by high street banks, separate organizations, albeit offshoots of established financial institutions, are now providing Internet and telephone banking services. Morgan Stanley Appoints Senior Banking Veteran Cece Sutton to Head Newly Created Retail Banking Group Firm Also Hires Jonathan Witter to Help Lead Retail Banking Expansion Management Appointments Are ...
We document that the shadow banking system became severely strained during the financial crisis because, like traditional banks, shadow banks conduct credit, maturity, and liquidity transformation, but unlike traditional financial intermediaries, they lack access to public sources of liquidity, such as the Federal Reserve’s discount window, or public sources of insurance, such as federal deposit insurance. This extract ought to be a joke, but I fear this is deadly serious. By some estimates (we’ll see what the Fed comes up with), the shadow banking system came to $8 trillion dollars (repo ... Read More
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