Model points to risks of core-periphery structure
Bank networks evolve to be liquid but unstable, new research shows
This paper provides insights into the increased demand for collateral, the reduced capacity for banks to act as collateral intermediaries and examples of risks and vulnerabilities in collateral flows.
This papers is the first to link bank liquidity performance and core–periphery network structures.
Financial connectedness measure “not usually sharply aligned with systemic risk”, says Darrell Duffie
Central banker calls for counter-cyclical leverage ratio and scrutiny of funds’ role
Some traders don't understand risks of algos, BoE says
The issue’s first paper looks at methodologies to measure spillover risks in European sovereign bond markets in the period 2004-15. Our second paper investigates European bond markets. Our final paper in this issue offers a promising new avenue of investigation...
This paper develops methodologies to measure spillover risks in European sovereign bond markets in the period 2004–15.
Latest review identifies two ‘medium-level systemic risks’ to eurozone
Malaysia central bank chief urges giving peers greater regulatory powers
Biggest funds also exposed to US junk corporate debt
Bank of England deputy governor Paul Tucker raises concerns over the size and for-profit nature of CCPs
Andrew Haldane says UK is in a position to lead with fixes to Basel III, tightening remuneration policies and removing barriers to bank account switching
Bank of England's Andrew Haldane describes the tools macro-prudential policy-makers need to prevent future crises
John Gieve, former deputy governor for financial stability at the Bank of England, warns of an "explosion" waiting to happen in the EU
The World Bank's first assessment of the financial sector in China finds inadequacies in its regulation
Riksbank governor Stefan Ingves says Sweden will follow Switzerland and UK in implementing higher capital adequacy requirements than Basel III for largest banks; details to be released soon