Both supply and demand factors help determine the level of business lending in the economy, but most data show only their combined effect on prices and quantities. Using the Bank of Canada’s Senior Loan Officer Survey microdata on financial institutions’ lending conditions and demand, we separate supply from demand effects.
Dylan joined the Bank on 2003 and has been a Senior Economist with the Financial Stability Department since March 2012. Dylan has also worked previously in the Bank’s Currency Department.
Staff analytical notes
Over the past several years, the Bank for International Settlements has noted that Canada’s credit-to-GDP gap has widened and is above thresholds indicating future banking stress.