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Mapping the Interconnectedness between EU Banks and Shadow Banking Entities

Jorge Abad (), Marco D'Errico, Neill Killeen, Vera Luz, Tuomas Peltonen (), Richard Portes () and Teresa Urbano

No 23280, NBER Working Papers from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc

Abstract: This paper provides a unique snapshot of the exposures of EU banks to shadow banking entities within the global financial system. Drawing on a rich and novel dataset, the paper documents the cross-sector and cross-border linkages and considers which are the most relevant for systemic risk monitoring. From a macroprudential perspective, the identification of potential feedback and contagion channels arising from the linkages of banks and shadow banking entities is particularly challenging when shadow banking entities are domiciled in different jurisdictions. The analysis shows that many of the EU banks’ exposures are towards non-EU entities, particularly US-domiciled shadow banking entities. At the individual level, banks’ exposures are diversified although this diversification leads to high overlap across different types of shadow banking entities.

JEL-codes: F65 G21 G23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017-03
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