Banking Regulation

“There will be another financial crisis. This is almost a certainty with a fractional reserve banking system that relies on leverage and maturity mismatch. Our job as regulators and supervisors is not to prevent future crises, but to reduce their likelihood, and perhaps more importantly, to reduce their impact on the real economy. And whether the next crisis starts from the banking system…or another part of the financial system, it will affect the banking system in one way or another”.

William Coen, Security General of the BCBS, “Looking Ahead by Looking Back”,
20th International Conference of Banking Supervisors, Abu Dhabi, 28 November 2018.

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“In conclusion, the (BCBS’) comprehensive post-crisis reforms have undoubtedly enhanced the resilience of the banking system. That increased resilience is there for a reason: there is no shortage of risks in the financial system today, and the likelihood of a future financial crisis occurring only increases with time. To mitigate the impact and likelihood of future crises, it is imperative that…supervisory authorities remain alert to emerging risks and take additional regulatory and supervisory actions where needed. And it is important that we keep an open mind as to whether we have gone far enough in strengthening the resilience of the financial system.”

William Coen, Security General of the BCBS, “Looking Ahead by Looking Back”,
20th International Conference of Banking Supervisors, Abu Dhabi, 28 November 2018.

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