Bernanke sheds light on new macroprudential approach


Ben Bernanke, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, on Thursday outlined some of the macroprudential policies implemented in the US in the aftermath of the financial crisis.

At the 47th Annual Conference on Bank Structure and Competition in Chicago, Illinois, Bernanke said: "The Federal Reserve has restructured its internal operations to facilitate a macroprudential approach to supervision and regulation and to monitor systemic risks. We are committed to working closely with the oversight council

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