Regulators are determined to learn lessons from the financial crisis – and for many, the answer is to use macro-prudential regulation to help prevent the build-up of bubbles, and to stimulate growth...
A failure of bank governance is behind the recent Libor rate-fixing scandal – and these kinds of failings could pose systemic risks, says José Viñals
Urgent fiscal reform and genuine efforts to create a banking union in Europe are vital to breaking the viscous linkage between banking and sovereign stress, says BIS
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If Greece were to leave the eurozone it would have to establish a new currency in record time; analysts explain how the process would be simpler today due to technological advances
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This paper discusses a number of diverse considerations that risk managers need to incorporate into their thought processes and recurring procedures if they are to fulfill their role more effectively in the future