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CHANGING BUSINESS MODELS IN INTERNATIONAL BANK FUNDING

Leonardo Gambacorta (), Adrian van Rixtel and Stefano Schiaffi

Economic Inquiry, 2019, vol. 57, issue 2, 1038-1055

Abstract: This paper investigates the foreign funding mix of globally active banks. Using BIS international banking statistics for a panel of 12 advanced economies, we detect a structural break in international bank funding at the onset of the great financial crisis. In their postbreak business model, banks rely less on cross‐border liabilities and, instead, tap funds from outside their jurisdictions by making more active use of their subsidiaries and branches, as well as interoffice accounts within the same banking group. (JEL C32, F65, G21)

Date: 2019
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