Promoting Financial System Resilience in Modern Global Capital Markets: Some Issues

9 Pages Posted: 27 Sep 2007

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Nigel Jenkinson

Bank of England - Monetary Analysis and Statistics

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Abstract

In this speech, Nigel Jenkinson and Mark Manning argue that structural change in financial intermediation and the global financial system has exposed new vulnerabilities. Market participants and policymakers alike need to update their approach to risk assessment and take appropriate steps to identify and contain emerging threats. A well-functioning and resilient operating environment is essential here, with the financial market infrastructure a critical component of this. In an increasingly complex and globally integrated financial system, vigilance, flexibility and international co-ordination among policymakers is likely to become ever more important.

Suggested Citation

Jenkinson, Nigel, Promoting Financial System Resilience in Modern Global Capital Markets: Some Issues. Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin 2007 Q3, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1017279

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