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Running head: COMPLETE SURVEY QUESTIONS 1 Complete survey questions Name Institution Date
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COMPLETE SURVEY QUESTIONS 2 Interview 1 1. G20s narrow measures The measures adopted by the G20s are likely to threaten the stability. People are seeking credits to foster their economic development which will further increase revenue. When regulated, fewer people will have access to capital for investment hence economic instability. 2. Growth of shadow banking and credit crisis The increase in the number of investors seeking credits through these institutions will lead to a crisis. When more people have access to credit, there is a likelihood that an institution will hit its limits easily. 3. Non-bank intermediaries The non-bank intermediaries include the leasing, factoring, and venture capital companies to various types of contractual savings and institutional investors such as pension funds, insurance companies, and mutual funds. These have in the past provided the traditional financial support to investors. 4. Shadow banking is not inherently risky These financial institutions pose little or no risks to investors because there is no security on credits. Therefore, investors are not exposed to risks of defaulting such as loss of their capital or security. 5. Shadow banking facilitates unequal wealth distribution Shadow banking has been blamed for high interests on credits. As such, poor investors looking for capital for investment will be exposed high debts.
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COMPLETE SURVEY QUESTIONS 3 6. The role of shadow banking is to increase In the current economic time, more people are looking for capital for investment. Lack of securities for these loans is leading them to shadow banks. As such, the role seems to increase. 7. Shadow banking as an inevitable result of financial development In the current economic time, investors are looking for a less strict financial institution to provide them with credits. Shadow banks are the sole institutions with little or no risks. Interview 2 1.G20's narrow measure of shadow banking could threaten stability The measure that most of the shadow banks take in offering credit has a potential to cause threat to the stability by failing to provide the key financial data required. It could also pose a threat by poor coordination of the finance for the G20 making it difficult for it to do proper measurement for the activities. 2. Do you think that the growth of shadow banking spurs warnings of a new credit crisis? G20 has reviewed measures have been reviewed before being implemented against shadow banking. I think these narrow measures have little effects on stability that to an extent that we can’t notice. such narrow measures have little effects on the stability of the economies . 3. Have non-bank intermediaries effectively carried out traditional banking functions?
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COMPLETE SURVEY QUESTIONS 4 The non-bank intermediaries carry on traditional functions and are even getting better 21 st century is competitive, and the non-banking intermediaries are moving towards customer satisfaction.
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