Sarb offers insight into its macro-prudential toolkit

Sarb asks for feedback on macro-prudential toolkit

The South African Reserve Bank (Sarb) has issued a consultation document on a proposed macro-prudential toolkit, after the recent passage of the Financial Stability Review Bill cemented its financial stability mandate.

Published today (November 9), the discussion paper, A new macroprudential policy framework for South Africa, outlines the Sarb's proposed approach to executing financial stability policy. The document covers institutional structure, the objectives of macro-prudential policy, and

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