Financial Stability Review - a profile of the new publication

Quarterly Bulletin 1996 Q4
Published on 01 December 1996

In addition to its role in maintaining the integrity and value of the currency, the Bank aims to maintain the stability of the United Kingdom’s financial system and to promote the effectiveness of the financial services industry.

Against that background, the Bank, in association with the Securities and Investments Board, launched a new publication, the Financial Stability Review, at the end of October. The Review will highlight developments, whether in the United Kingdom or overseas, which might affect the stability of the financial system. It will also promote the latest thinking on risk, regulation and market institutions, as well as providing a forum in which ideas about regulatory change can be debated dispassionately.

As well as carrying articles by staff from the Bank and the Securities and Investments Board, the Review will include contributions by risk practitioners, management of financial institutions, academics and others with an interest in the financial sector. It will also contain a regular feature describing major regulatory developments in the United Kingdom and overseas.

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