Swedish CB head outlines supervision structure

Stefan Ingves, governor of Sweden’s central bank, the Sveriges Riksbank, has delivered a speech on optimising supervision structures. His main conclusion is that there is no optimal solution, but that each structure must be placed within the context of the circumstances of each individual country. Ensuring operational independence, accountability and transparency for the supervisory agencies are more important than how they are structured. “If your country has a well functioning banking

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