Interview: Manuel Sánchez on shifting financial stability risks

Manuel Sánchez

In the wake of the IMF Spring Meetings in Washington, DC, Central Banking sat down with Bank of Mexico deputy governor Manuel Sánchez to discuss financial stability on a national and international scale.

Sánchez, who delivered a presentation at the Central Banking Spring Training Series in Windsor this week, reflects on some of the key risks facing the Mexican economy, how the central bank monitors them and the kind of policy tools that can be deployed in response.

These include risks stemming

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