Wide range of financial stability arrangements among central banks

Boards are prime financial stability decision-making body at many participants

Central banks’ boards are their main financial stability decision-making body, most of the institutions that replied to the Financial Stability Benchmarks 2021 said. 

Of the 33 central banks that responded to the benchmark questions on this topic, 52% said their own boards were the lead body. An equal sharesaid it was a financial stability committee (21%) or the governor with advisers (21%). 

Of the two central banks (6%) that answered “other”, at one the committee of governors comprising the

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