From the Collaborative Bond and Money Market Data Portal
In the Collaborative Bond and Money Market Data Model, the Privately owned Bank classification appears within the field Entity Type which is part of the universe of Legal Entities who can be issuers and or buyers of debt instruments.
The Entity Type is a classification that describes the ownership structure of an entity. The classification distinguishes (1) entities that are part of, owned and or guaranteed by the State, (2) entities owned by the Public, typically through widely distributed and freely transferable shares, (3) entities owned by a Private individual or entities through not freely transferable shares or ownership structures.
Definition: A Privately owned Bank is a legal entity, constituted as a corporate and licensed to operate as a bank, which is owned, managed and or controlled by the public through shares which are not freely transferrable. This type of entity is part of the private sector as opposed to the state / public sector and is typically run for profit. Companies whose name end with Ltd, GmbH, Sarl or BV typically fall in this classification.
Based on available data, on the 16th of May 2018 the size of the Privately owned Bank Bond Market at entity level was USD12.5tn equivalent.
For information on issues in Private Sector Bond and Money Markets, please use the Instrument search tool.
For information on the current size of the Private Sector Bond and Money Markets, please use the data sheet tool.
For information on the composition of the Private Sector Bond and Money Markets market, please use the issuer search tool.
For information on active dealers in the Private Sector Bond and Money Markets market, please use the dealer search tool.
For information on active investors in the Private Sector Bond and Money Markets market, please use the fund search tool.
Company Type, Public Sector, Private Sector, Supranational Organisation, Federal Government, State Government, Provincial Government, Municipal Government, Partnership, State Owned Fund, State owned Bank, State owned Building Society, State owned Corporate, Privately owned Fund, Privately owned Bank, Privately owned Building Society, Privately owned Corporate, Partnership