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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