BoE’s Tucker sets out plan to tackle shadow banking


Paul Tucker, deputy governor for financial stability at the Bank of England (BoE), today (April 27) laid out a 10-point policy plan to address the risks to financial stability posed by shadow banking.

Speaking at a European Commission High Level Conference in Brussels, Tucker, who is also a member of the Monetary Policy Committee and of the Financial Policy Committee at the BoE, said he hoped to help "nudge" work on developing discussions of the issues surrounding this sector onto the next stage

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