The central bank said Monday that it would raise the permitted share of covered bonds from institutions with close links to the counterparty from 25% to 75% of the counterparty's total collateral value.
Mattias Persson, the head of the central bank's financial stability department, told Central Bank News that the move was "to some extent" a reaction
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