The Central Bank of Brazil on Wednesday established a Financial Stability Committee to offer improved supervision of the financial industry and reduce systemic risk.
The duties of the new committee are: to guide the central bank's committee on regulation and supervision of financial markets, capital, insurance, private pension plans and other similar national and international forums; maintain financial stability by defining strategies and guidelines for the conduct of the central bank; allocate
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