Category Archives: Shadow banking

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News Round-up: Role of repo, securitization and shadow banking unsettled in post-crisis world

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RepoWatch recommends the following news reports. Items are arranged chronologically, with the most recent coming first. “Fed Said to Press BNY Mellon to Speed Repo Market Change” by Bradley Keoun, Bloomberg News, September 25: The Federal Reserve, seeking to cut … Continue reading

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An overview of shadow banking for journalists

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This post is a transcript of  a 12-minute talk RepoWatch editor Mary Fricker gave at the annual conference of Investigative Reporters & Editors in Boston June 15, 2012. Click here for accompanying handout and slides. Shadow banking was the epicenter of the financial … Continue reading

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News Round-up: Shadow bankers and regulators dig in for a long tug of war

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Updated June 18, 2012 RepoWatch recommends the following reports. Search for the topics that interest you: DataWatch, International repo market, Money market funds, Regulation, Repurchase transactions, Securitization, Shadow banking, Too big to fail, and Tri-party repo. Items are arranged chronologically, … Continue reading

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Shadow banking, part 3: Some experts call for FDIC-style safety net for shadow banking

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The financial crisis showed that the safety net for traditional banks can work. Although 436 banks failed from January 2008 through April 2012 – some large, like Washington Mutual, but none the size of Lehman Brothers – the FDIC handled … Continue reading

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Shadow banking, part 2: Lack of shadow master plan means impact of new rules is uncertain

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The shape of shadow banking reform is now clear. Congress and regulators are going to put a bunch of new rules in place, but they’re not going to articulate a coherent vision of what shadow banking should, or should not, … Continue reading

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Shadow banking, part 1: Failure to reform shadows hurts economy, endangers financial markets

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Updated June 18, 2012 One of the failures of the Dodd-Frank Act was in not restructuring shadow banking, with a sturdy repo market at its heart, so it could safely gear back up to boost credit and help the economy … Continue reading

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News round-up: Repo and shadow banking A to Z

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RepoWatch recommends the following reports. Search for the topics that interest you: DataWatch, Financial crisis, Finding a fix, Hedge funds, Regulation, Repurchase market, Securities lending, Securitization, Shadow banking, Too big to fail, and Tri-party repo. Items are arranged chronologically, within … Continue reading