Do macroprudential policies affect non-bank financial intermediation?
Stijn Claessens (),
Leonardo Gambacorta (),
Francesco Manaresi and
No 927, BIS Working Papers from Bank for International Settlements
We analyse how macroprudential policies (MaPs), largely applied to banks and to a lesser extent borrowers, affect non-bank financial intermediation (NBFI). Using data for 24 of the jurisdictions participating in the Financial Stability Board's monitoring exercise over the period 2002–17, we study the effects of MaP episodes on bank assets and on those NBFI activities that may involve bank-like financial stability risks (the narrow measure of NBFI). We find that a net tightening of domestic MaPs increases these NBFI activities and decreases bank assets, raising the NBFI share in total financial assets. By contrast, a net tightening of MaPs in foreign jurisdictions leads to a reduction of the NBFI share – the effect of a drop in NBFI activities and an increase in domestic banking assets. Tightening and easing MaPs have largely symmetric effects on NBFI. We find that the effect of MaPs (both domestic and foreign) is economically and statistically significant for all those NBFI economic functions that may pose risks to financial stability.
Keywords: macroprudential policy; non-bank financial intermediation; shadow banking; international spillovers (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: G10 G21 O16 O40 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 38 pages
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Working Paper: Do macroprudential policies affect non-bank financial intermediation? (2021)
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