Financial Stability Benchmarks 2023 report – how central banks confront risk

Central banks discuss resources, regulating banks and non-banks, macro-pru, crime and future risk

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One of central banks’ key responsibilities is to keep their countries’ financial system stable. The challenges they face in doing that are constantly evolving. Since early 2021, central banks across the globe have faced the most serious surge in inflation since the 1970s. In both emerging market and developed economies, central banks are facing considerable risks to financial stability.

This report summarises central banks’ answers to some

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