Changes in banks' business models and their impact on bank lending: an empirical analysis using credit registry data

Closing Conference of the BIS CCA CGDFS Working Group, hosted by the BIS Representative Office for the Americas, Mexico City, 6-7 September 2018, chaired by Leonardo Gambacorta

Thursday 6 September

Opening remarks  
Enrique Alberola and Leonardo Gambacorta (BIS) presentation
Monetary Policy and its real effects: loan-level evidence from Brazil on the bank lending-channel
paper
Rodrigo Barbone Gonzalez (Central Bank of Brazil) presentation
Discussant Fernando Sotelino (Columbia School of Public Affairs) discussion paper
A loan-level analysis of bank lending in Mexico paper
Carlos Cantú (BIS), Roberto Lobato, Calixto López and Fabrizio López-Gallo (Bank of Mexico) presentation
Discussant Lamont Black (DePaul University) discussion paper
The internalisation of domestic banks and the bank-lending channel: an empirical assessment paper
Paola Morales-Acevedo, Daniel Osorio and Juan Sebastián Lemus (Bank of the Republic, Colombia) presentation
Discussant Johanna Francis (Fordham University) discussion paper

Friday 7 September

Banks' business models and their impact on the Chilean bank lending channel paper
Miguel Biron (Superintendency of Banks and Financial Institutions (SBFI), Chile), Felipe Córdova (Central Bank of Chile) and Antonio Lemus (SBFI) presentation
Discussant Lars Norden (Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (EBAPE), Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV)) discussion paper
A loan-level analysis of the determinants of credit growth and the bank lending channel in Peru paper
José Bustamante, Walter Cuba and Julio Tambini (Central Reserve Bank of Peru) presentation
Discussant Ricardo Correa (Federal Reserve Board) discussion paper
How do bank-specific characteristics affect lending? New evidence based on credit registry data from Latin America paper
Carlos Cantú, Stijn Claessens and Leonardo Gambacorta (BIS) presentation
Discussant Rafael Repullo (CEMFI) discussion paper
Conclusions, final remarks and next steps

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