OECD calls for greater access to data and increased risk modelling for regulators

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Lack of access to data is making risk event simulation a challenge for policymakers, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's latest report.

"Co-operation and data sharing in the realm of public health are much more advanced than in the financial world," says Jack Radisch, policy analyst at OECD and principal author of the report.

"Consider that the proximate cause behind the freeze in interbank lending in 2008 was a fundamental knowledge gap about exposure to

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