Preserving financial stability is a complex subject, and it is also a vital concern for central banks. Our report is based on data we gathered on a confidential basis from 33 central banks.
Central banks were asked about some of the financial stability risks they face. We looked at specific topics including macro-prudential policy, banking resolution, cyber crime and AML/CFT. Central bankers shared their views on whether they had sufficient powers and resources to cope with these problems.Read the full report
Findings on financial crime, banking stability, macro-prudential tools, decision-making and future risks
How do central banks seek to protect financial stability? Benchmark exercise presents responses on AML/CFT, cyber, macro-prudential and other risks
Respondents from richer countries use counter-cyclical buffers more than emerging market peers