Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Macroprudential policy, tools and systems for the future

In its newest report on Macroprudential Policy, the Group of Thirty calls for urgent action to strengthen system-wide financial regulation and supervision.

The report calls on public officials to empower systemic financial regulators with new tools to enhance economic stability and potentially lessen the severity of future economic crises. These tools would address leverage, liquidity, credit and supervision. The report underscores the fact that while policy action may be difficult and controversial, robust action is necessary.

For more information on the release of the report, visit the publication's press page.

You may also download the executive summary of the report, or purchase the publication in its entirety. It is also available for free here.

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