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Financial Assets

Volume 165: debated on Friday 19 January 1990

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To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what is his estimate of the current value of the total assets of (a) pension funds, (b) insurance companies, (c) building societies, (d) commercial banks, (e) merchant banks, (f) United States banks in London, (g) Japanese banks in London, (h) other foreign banks in London, and (i) other major categories of dealers in the City of London.

[holding answer 18 January 1990]: The latest estimates are given in the following publications, which are available in the Library:"Financial Statistics"

Non-bank credit companies (table 7.4); Unit trusts (tables 7.6 and 7.8); Investment trusts (table 7.9); Insurance companies (table 7.10); and Pension funds (table 7.11).
"Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin"
Banks, distinguishing United Kingdom retail, merchant and other banks, and United States, Japanese and other overseas banks (tables 3.1 to 3.8); Building Societies (table 6.2).