BoE’s Fisher calls for central banks to bulk up risk management capabilities

Paul Fisher at Nalm

Paul Fisher, executive director for markets at the Bank of England (BoE), today said risk management functions in central banks needs to be "quite a bit bigger" given the tasks being carried out.

Delivering a keynote address at Central Banking's National Asset Liability Management conference in London, Fisher, who is also a member of both the Monetary Policy Committee and the Financial Policy Committees at the BoE, discussed the UK's liquidity providing facilities and credit assessment.

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