Most respondents externally accountable on financial stability

All responding central banks said they publish a financial stability report at least once a year

Two-thirds of 33 central banks that responded to the Financial Stability Benchmarks 2021 said they regularly report on financial stability to another public body. Just under a fifth of respondents, at 18%, report to more than one. 



All central banks said they issue a financial stability report, annually (52%), twice a year (45%) or more frequently (3%).

BEHIND THE DATA: A central banker in the Americas said that though the central bank is not legally obliged to, it shares

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