Riksbank lays out ideas for macro-prudential overhaul

Photo by David Lundberg
The Riksbank. Photo: David Lundberg

Sveriges Riksbank sketched ideas for a new macro-prudential framework for Sweden today (April 14), in its response to a review of the central bank's operations.

The Riksbank wants the government to take advantage of the significant volume of analysis it produces on financial stability, in designing an improved structure for macro-prudential policy-making in the country.

At present, Sweden is one of only two European Union members that concentrate all macro-prudential powers in a financial

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