Riksbank’s Ingves considers bank regulation lessons

Stefan Ingves

Stefan Ingves, the governor of the Riksbank, delivered a speech on June 13 in which he examined the banking sector's role in the financial crisis, and considered methods for improving regulation.

Speaking at the Swedish Economics Association in Stockholm, Ingves compared Swedish bank guarantees implemented in 1992 with more recent European measures. In contrast to 1992, recent attempts at reform have suffered from "delay and lingering uncertainty", he said.

The governor called for "strict"

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