Broken incentives for pension funds and insurers continue to present a headache for the Bank of England's (BoE) financial policy committee (FPC), but it may be time for others to continue work the central bank began last year, participants at an event in London said today (May 27).
A roundtable held in the City of London under the Chatham House rule brought together industry figures, academics and central bankers to discuss how pension funds and insurers could be acting procyclically and taking
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