Financial Stability Benchmarks 2021 report – executive summary

Findings on financial crime, banking stability, macro-prudential tools, decision-making and future risks

Preserving financial stability has always been a core task for all central banks. But how they carry out this task has changed significantly in recent years. The global financial crisis made it plain that central banks will always play a crucial role if financial institutions or markets begin to fail. Central bankers have seen both their responsibilities and their powers in this field increase significantly since the onset of the global financial crisis.

The era where many central banks were

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