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Financial Stability Benchmarks 2023 report – how central banks confront risk

Central banks discuss resources, regulating banks and non-banks, macro-pru, crime and future risk

Central banks play a crucial role in preserving the stability of the financial system. In doing so, they face a constantly evolving set of challenges. A total of 31 central banks answered questions on this topic for the Financial Stability Benchmarks 2023. This report summarises their key answers in an effort to give central banks valuable information on how their peers approach these problems. It looks at central banks’ resources, regulating banks and non-banks, macro-prudential regulation, financial crime and future risks.

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Non-bank reform pressure

Despite global efforts to reform the regulation of non-bank, only 44% of central banks think these regulations need to change in their own jurisdiction. The proportion drops to just a third of high income economies, but is higher in middle income countries.

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