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24 Aug 2012 By John Foley

Banks’ lending is limited by their loan to deposit ratios. So they have hit on a clever trick: shift deposits on and off the balance sheet at strategic times. The window-dressing is a worrying sign that regulators are not able to keep the world’s biggest banks in check.

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