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Macroprudential Policy with Capital Buffers

By | July 30, 2019

Courtesy of Josef Schroth The Global Financial Crisis exposed taxpayers to potential losses from bank failures and significantly disrupted financial intermediation. A natural question arises from these experiences: Should regulators require banks to hold more capital and, if so, in what form? Higher minimum requirements reduce losses to stakeholders in case of bank failures but may constrain… Read More »