More information on credit risk transfer needed, says IMF’s Häusler

Häusler, who was giving a briefing to the Bank of England on the IMF’s latest Global Financial Stability Report, said: “There is a lack of transparency about where credit risk ends up,” but he added that “credit risk transfer poses no systemic threat to the financial system". He also claimed that the uncertainty over the extent to which insurers, reinsurers, institutional investors and hedge funds are exposed to credit risk through credit derivatives is adding to general uncertainty in the

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