Loans and deposits are growing at challenger banks while they shrink at larger lenders
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Lloyds is revealed as the largest participant in the Bank of England's funding for lending scheme, having drawn nearly half of all funds since the scheme began in 2012.
Large Canadian banks are facing a rise in impaired loans – with the exception of TD Bank – because of the oil and gas slump, with Scotiabank having the largest exposure to the sector and the Bank of Montreal the smallest.
European additional Tier 1 securities have been making the headlines lately, but they are still long way off from a worst-case scenario.