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SEACEN Financial Stability Journal Volume 5 2015

Yves Mersch, Herbert Poenisch, David Farelius and Michael Zamorski

in SEACEN Financial Stability Journal from South East Asian Central Banks (SEACEN) Research and Training Centre

Abstract: Four articles have been selected for inclusion in this edition of the Journal, covering a broad range of financial stability related matters.Mr. Yves Mersch, a member of the European Central Bank’s Executive Board, has provided an article discussing the ECB’s experience with respect to policy complementaries and potential conflicts between non-standard monetary policy actions and financial stability measures and objectives. Dr. Herbert Poenisch, formerly with the Bank for International Settlements, has contributed an article on actions and strategies taken or contemplated to encourage China’s trading and investment partners to boost the use of the Chinese Renminbi. An article from David Farelius, Adviser to the Sveriges Riksbank, discusses cross-border cooperation on macroprudential policy implementation in the Nordic-Baltic area. That region has a high level of financialintegration, similar to that found in many parts of the Asia Pacific region. Additionally, an article by SEACEN Advisor Michael Zamorski discusses bank supervision lessons learned from the U.S./Eurozone Crisis of 2007-2008, focusing on key qualitative considerations in achieving an effective supervisory process that detects and curtails unsafe and unsound practices at their incipient stage.

Date: 2015
ISBN: 22896708
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