Monetary policy, the provision of financial stability and banking supervision
Publisher: European Parliament
This note discusses why it might be desirable for a central bank to have a microprudential supervisory role and why a single micro-prudential supervisor might be better than a collection of national supervisors. It argues that central banks should not be macro-prudentia... View more
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