Interview with Andrew Crockett of the BIS

INTERVIEW - The global financial system is vulnerable to new shocks and officials will have to be on their toes to react should a series of them come together, the outgoing head of the Bank for International Settlements said in an interview Monday.

First published by Reuters, 27 January.

"The cushion of comfort is certainly thinner now than it was before the shocks (of the last two years)," Andrew Crockett, general manager of the organisation which acts as a central bank to the world's central

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