Building resilient financial systems: macroprudential regimes and securities market regulation

Speaking at the International Council of Securities Associations Annual General Meeting, Paul Tucker – Deputy Governor for Financial Stability – considers how the regulation of securities markets fits into the development of macroprudential regimes.
Published on 23 May 2011

Banking supervisors need to recover their historic mission for systemic stability, and pay greater attention to markets. Securities regulators must look beyond their roots and accept that they can influence the resilience of the system. And financial stability authorities have to be as comfortable debating the infrastructure of core capital markets as they are with the capital structure of banks.

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