Italian deputy sees difficulties in macro-prudential policy implementation


Macro-prudential policies are important for financial stability, but policy-makers should be alert to potential unintended consequences and attempts by banks to get around the rules, Fabio Panetta, a deputy director of the Bank of Italy, said in a recent speech.

In remarks delivered at the presentation of the Central Bank of Luxembourg's latest financial stability review, Panetta said one challenge for supervisors was whether to apply broad or targeted standards. He said broad rules were less

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