Quantitative impact studies will go regional

“I’ve now done four QISs, if you count QIS 2.5 as well, and I’m not sure I want to do another one,” said Jackson in an amused tone of voice. “And I’m not sure another QIS would be helpful. I think banks might want to do their own, and some supervisors might want to cross-check what’s happening at some of the banks, but I’m not sure another worldwide exercise would be helpful.”

The forms for the last QIS study were issued in October 2002, and information was turned into central banks in late

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