Hellwig warns against expanding financial stability mandate too far

The event was held on the outskirts of Atlanta

Without limitations on the financial stability mandate of central banks, there is a "serious risk" of monetary policy succumbing to financial dominance, according to Martin Hellwig, director of the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods.

Hellwig presented a paper on the relationship between financial stability and monetary policy at the Annual Financial Markets Conference, sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's Center for Financial Innovation and Stability.

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