Japanese banks have nearly doubled their lending to overseas non-bank financial intermediaries over the past decade. Some of this reflects purchases of collateralised loan obligations, most of which are highly-rated. But the bulk of that lending is very opaque, posing unquantifiable risks to Japanese lenders.
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