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An annual report on all activities and actors that contribute to the non-bank financing of the economy.
The Financial Stability Board (FSB) – an economic group created in 2009 to develop financial stability standards – publishes an annual report on shadow banking , which covers all activities and actors that contribute to the non-bank financing of the economy (investment banks, rating agencies, speculators, etc.).
A series of useful framework data are presented, as well as possible threats to global financial stability. Although sometimes technical, this report provides an interesting insight.