Systemic risk

(Too) great expectations for macro-prudential?

Central Banking Journal | 07 Aug 2014

Macro-prudential policies are a welcome response to the financial crisis, but not necessarily in their current incarnation. BIS economics head Claudio Borio highlights their limitations

Topics: Macro-prudential regulation, Claudio Borio, Bank for International Settlements, Basel III, Swiss National Bank, Riksbank, Countercyclical, Systemic risk


Cross-border vulnerabilities should be taken more seriously, IMF paper says

Central Banking | 28 Jul 2014

Topics: IMF, Systemic risk

Fed consults over financial stability implications of commodities investment

Central Banking | 15 Jan 2014

Topics: Federal reserve, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Systemic risk, systemic importance

Canadian paper calls for ‘simple and digestible’ communication on financial stability issues

Central Banking | 21 Nov 2013

Topics: Canada, Bank of Canada, Systemic risk

OECD’s William White fears global economic system is still highly unstable

Central Banking Journal | 16 Nov 2013

Topics: OECD, monetary policy, Basel III, Alan Greenspan, Inflation targeting, Inflation, Banking union, European Central Bank, Federal reserve, Financial crisis, Bank for International Settlements, Leaning against the wind, too big to fail, Systemic risk

Moody's says big US banks no longer ‘too big to fail'

Central Banking | 15 Nov 2013

Topics: United States, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Janet Yellen, Moody's, Systemic risk, Too important to fail, Too big to fail, Sifi, Dodd-Frank Act, Ratings

Lautenschläger enunciates Buba's macro-pru approach

Central Banking | 12 Nov 2013

Topics: Macro-prudential regulation, Bundesbank, Sifi, Procyclical, Systemic risk

Norges Bank governor heralds countercyclical capital buffer

Central Banking | 01 Nov 2013

Topics: Norges Bank, Countercyclical, Macro-prudential regulation, Systemic risk

IMF working paper examines tools to measure interconnectedness

Central Banking | 27 Sep 2013

Topics: IMF, Systemic risk

Sovereign default spreads drove European bank risk exposures during crisis

Central Banking | 02 Sep 2013

Topics: euro, Federal reserve, Financial crisis, Systemic risk, Sovereign debt

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