Council will aim to fight threats to stability

York, Nicola
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/16/2009, p24
The article reports that a council for Financial Stability that would bring together the Financial Services Authority (FSA) and the Bank of England will be created in Great Britain. It mentions that the group will monitor the financial stability and will respond to the long-term risks in the sector. It relates that other proposals include strengthening rules to ensure that banks have enough capital.


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