News release and statistical tables: “UK-owned monetary financial institutions and their branches and subsidiaries worldwide reported an increase in consolidated foreign claims on an ultimate risk basis of $16.4 billion during Q2 2013, to stand at $3,918.3 billion. The rise was more than accounted for by an increase on Developed Countries, up $60.6 billion to stand at $2,395.9 billion, which in turn was more than accounted for by a rise in claims on the United States. Claims on Offshore Centres fell by $13.1 billion to $547.6 billion, with the largest falls reported on the Cayman Islands and Singapore. Claims on Developing Countries fell by $28.4 billion to $932.0 billion, with the largest falls reported on Brazil, South Korea and India. Developed Countries had net inward risk transfers of $23.2 billion, with the largest to Germany and Japan. Offshore Centres had net outward risk transfers of $44.1 billion, with the largest from Hong Kong and Singapore. Developing Countries had net inward risk transfers of $21.8 billion, with the largest net inward risk transfers reported to India and Brazil.”
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