Stark differences between financial stability department resources

Powers may be more important than staff numbers and budget to carry out function

The 33 central banks participating in the Financial Stability Benchmarks 2021 displayed a wide range in the resources they dedicate to financial stability. 

The sizes of central banks that participated in the exercise varied widely. Their total staff ranged from 102 to 7,764, and the median was 617.

Among the central banks that responded, the number of staff assigned to the financial stability function ranged from four to 818. The median number was 22. The respondents’ annual budgets ranged

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