The 24th annual Global Survey of Regulatory and Market Developments in Banking, Securities and Insurance covers developments during the period from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011 in 33 countries and the European Union.
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The study documents the economic contributions that international banks make to the United States, particularly in terms of jobs, payroll/benefits and other operating expenditures. The most recent study was published in February 2008 and is based on our survey of Institute member banks as of December 31, 2006. The study finds that the U.S. operations (banking and nonbanking) of international banks in the aggregate directly employed nearly 250,000 people and had total employee, occupancy and other operating expenditures of more than $57 billion, of which payroll and benefits accounted for more than $37 billion. The Institute previously surveyed its member banks as of December 31, 1996, the results of which were published by the Institute in 1997.
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