Ireland deputy governor talks about macro-prudential policy


Stefan Gerlach , the deputy governor of the Central Bank of Ireland on February 29 offered his thoughts on the future of policy making.

"In the years ahead, policymakers across the world will do their best to avoid a repetition of the financial crisis that started in 2007," said Gerlach. "In doing so, much attention will be paid to strengthening the macro-prudential framework".

He said there was much to be done. "More work is needed on developing indicators for financial stability analysis. That

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