Regulatory Response to Liquidity and Systemic Risks

Zidulina, Tatjana
June 2010
Economics & Business;Jun2010, Vol. 20, p164
Academic Journal
The problems of banking monitoring system are discussed within the scope of the liquidity and systemic risks concepts. The author addresses several responses by policymakers to financial crises and highlights the need for their improvement. The actions and decisions that may be taken to mitigate systemic risk and control the development of crises are presented by the author at the following three levels: bank level, banking system level and supervisory authority or governor's level. The introduced policies can be used as tools to control the development of financial crises at each level.


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