Insurers, private-equity firms and other non-bank investors will cover between 100 billion euros and 200 billion euros of disappearing bank funding over the next three to five years, according to estimates from Morgan Stanley (MS) analysts. That may still leave a shortfall of as much as 500 billion euros, the analysts wrote in a report last month, as banks shrink their balance sheets to satisfy proposed capital regulations.

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