External business of Monetary Financial Institutions operating in the UK - 2020 Q1

This statistical release covers all claims on and liabilities to other countries by UK-resident banks and building societies (monetary financial institutions).
Published on 05 June 2020

Key points

  • Adjusted for exchange rate movements, external liabilities increased by $496.5 billion during 2020 Q1. The largest increase in liabilities was to Developed Countries, which was largely accounted for by the United States.
  • Adjusted for exchange rate movements, external claims increased by $604.4 billion during 2020 Q1. The largest increase in claims was on Developed Countries, which was again largely accounted for by the United States.

PDFExternal business of Monetary Financial Institutions operating in the UK - 2020 Q1

The tables in this release are also available in Excel format:

ExcelTables A-G

Revisions made this quarter are available in the following tables:

PDFRevisions to tables - 2020 Q1

Queries

If you have any comments or queries about this release, please email dsd_ibs@bankofengland.co.uk.

Next release date: 4 September 2020

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