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Financial Stability Review

2002 - 2018

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2018, issue 22

Between "shadow" banking and an angelic vision of the market: towards a balanced development of non-bank finance pp. 7-12 Downloads
Shadow banking and market-based finance pp. 13-24 Downloads
Tobias Adrian and Bradley Jones
Interconnectedness: mapping the shadow banking system pp. 25-34 Downloads
Richard Portes
Insights into the shadow banking system pp. 35-48 Downloads
Natacha Isslame-Rocher and Henri de LA GUERONNIERE
Trends in global asset management: the rise of index investing pp. 49-62 Downloads
Laurence D. Fink and Barbara G. Novick
Market-based finance: Ireland as a host for international financial intermediation pp. 63-72 Downloads
Philip R. Lane and Kitty Moloney
Collateral damage pp. 73-82 Downloads
Gary Gorton and Toomas Laarits
Changes in market-making: impact of technology and regulation pp. 83-98 Downloads
Peng Zhao
Back to the future: the increasing role of institutional investors in the Dutch mortgage market pp. 99-106 Downloads
Klaas Knot
Marketplace lending in the United States: changing patterns in access to credit through innovation pp. 107-118 Downloads
Craig S. Phillips
Corporate financing in the euro area and France: an analysis of developments pp. 119-132 Downloads
Patrick Artus
What risks do exchange-traded funds pose? pp. 133-144 Downloads
Grant Turner and Vladyslav Sushko
Moving beyond the shadow banking concept pp. 145-154 Downloads
Robert Ophèle and Jennifer D’hoir
Achieving the G20 goal of resilient market-based finance pp. 155-177 Downloads
Dietrich Domanski

2017, issue 21

Towards financial stability: A common good that needs to be consolidated and reinforced pp. 7-10 Downloads
F. Villeroy de Galhau
Ten years on: fixing the fault lines of the global financial crisis pp. 13-20 Downloads
M. Carney
Safer than ever before? An assessment of the impact of regulation on banks’ resilience eight years on pp. 23-32 Downloads
D. Nouy
Measuring the impact of Basel III pp. 33-43 Downloads
D. J. Elliot and E. Balta
The impact of financial regulation: a G-SIB perspective pp. 45-54 Downloads
A. Weber
Bank health post-crisis pp. 55-67 Downloads
K. Chousakos and G. Gorton
Implementing an efficient resolution framework in the Banking Union: lessons from the crisis and challenges ahead pp. 71-76 Downloads
E. König
Building a strong financial sector pp. 77-85 Downloads
V. Dombrovskis
National and supranational banking regulators: between delayed intervention and time inconsistency pp. 87-94 Downloads
B.M. Parigi
Central clearing: reaping the benefits, controlling the risks pp. 97-110 Downloads
B. Coeuré
Central clearing: reaping the benefits, controlling the risks pp. 111-126 Downloads
Sheri Markose, S. Giansante and A. Rais Shaghaghi
Have post-crisis financial reforms crimped market liquidity? pp. 127-138 Downloads
R. Cont
Central clearing and risk transformation pp. 141-147 Downloads
A. Persaud
A stability perspective of market-based finance: designing new prudential tools? pp. 149-156 Downloads
S. Maijoor and C. Boidard
Macroprudential measures and capital controls: towards a framework for policy evaluation pp. 157-166 Downloads
C. Bush

2016, issue 20

Constructing the possible trinity of innovation, stability and regulation for digital finance pp. 5-13 Downloads
F. Villeroy de Galhau
Digital banking and market disruption: a sense of déjà vu? pp. 17-24 Downloads
J. Dermine
Digital risk: a strategic challenge and a growth opportunity for insurers pp. 25-36 Downloads
N. Schimel
Systemic risk in payments pp. 37-44 Downloads
G. Pauget
Financial institutions and cyber crime – Between vulnerability and security pp. 45-52 Downloads
Q. Gaumer, S. Mortier and A. Moutaib
Where are the risks in high frequency trading? pp. 53-67 Downloads
Thierry Foucault
Making Europe’s financial market infrastructure a bulwark of financial stability pp. 71-75 Downloads
Y. Mersch
Beyond technology – adequate regulation and oversight in the age of fintechs pp. 77-83 Downloads
A. R. Dombret
The rise of fintechs and their regulation pp. 85-92 Downloads
Serge Darolles
The migration to online lending and the rise of private regulation of online financial transactions with business customers pp. 93-100 Downloads
G. P. Rutledge
Money and payments in the digital age: innovations and challenges pp. 103-111 Downloads
Francois Velde
Future evolution of electronic trading in European bond markets pp. 113-121 Downloads
E. Callaghan
Emergence of big data: how will it impact the economic model of insurance? pp. 123-128 Downloads
T. Derez
Big data challenges and opportunities in financial stability monitoring pp. 129-142 Downloads
Mark Flood, H. V. Jagadish and L. Raschid
Implementation of real-time settlement for banks using decentralised ledger technology: policy and legal implications pp. 143-151 Downloads
K. Gifford and J. Cheng
High-frequency trading, geographical concerns and the curvature of the Earth pp. 153-160 Downloads
F. Declerck

2015, issue 19

The financing of the economy in the post-crisis period: challenges and risks for financial stability pp. 7-11 Downloads
C. Noyer
Completing the single market in capital pp. 15-24 Downloads
B. Coeuré
What does the new face of international financial intermediation mean for emerging market economies? pp. 25-36 Downloads
Hyun Song Shin and Philip Turner
Financing solutions to sustain the growth of SMEs and MTEs and lay the foundations for future competitiveness pp. 37-49 Downloads
A. Caudoux and J. Geoffroy
Reviving securitisation pp. 51-87 Downloads
M. Segoviano, B. Jones, P. Linder and J. Blankenheim
Supporting sustainable growth: the role of safe and stable banking systems pp. 65-73 Downloads
S. Ingves
How a supplemental leverage ratio can improve financial stability, traditional lending and economic growth pp. 75-80 Downloads
S.C. Bair
Key initiatives to unlock bank lending to the European corporate sector pp. 81-87 Downloads
P. De Fontaine Vive
The impact of the new regulatory paradigm on the role of banks in financing the economy pp. 89-100 Downloads
M.-L. Barut, N. Rouillé and M. Sanchez
Impact of financial regulation on the long-term financing of the economy by banks pp. 103-109 Downloads
M. Pébereau
Global banks and the adoption of the new regulatory framework: effects on the financing of emerging markets and developing economies pp. 111-118 Downloads
A. Carstens
The opportunity cost of collateral pledged: derivatives market reform and bank lending pp. 119-125 Downloads
Guillaume Vuillemey
Long-term savings: the case of life insurance in France pp. 129-136 Downloads
Christian Gollier
The long-term financing of the economy in the new regulatory environment pp. 137-145 Downloads
D. Kessler
The role of investors in promoting sustainable long-term growth pp. 147-156 Downloads
B. Novick
Reallocating savings to investment - The new role of asset managers pp. 157-164 Downloads
Y. Perrier
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