The rapid but largely unregulated growth in shadow banking in developing countries such as China can jeopardize financial stability. This article discusses that growth and argues that a regulatory balance is needed to help protect financial stability while preserving shadow banking as an important channel of alternative funding. The article also analyzes how that regulation could be designed.
Steven L. Schwarcz, Shadow Banking and Regulation in China and Other Developing Countries (November 16, 2016)
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Nonbank financial institutions, Financial institutions--Law and legislation, Financial risk management, Financial crises, International finance, China
Banking and Finance Law Commons, Finance Commons, Finance and Financial Management Commons, Securities Law Commons
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