Monitoring Financial Stability in a Complex World

@inproceedings{Flood2012MonitoringFS,
  title={Monitoring Financial Stability in a Complex World},
  author={Mark D. Flood and Allan I. Mendelowitz and William Nichols},
  year={2012}
}
We offer a tour d’horizon of the data-management issues facing macroprudential supervisors. Traditional financial oversight has been very firm-centric, with strong respect for the boundaries of the firm. Even in this firm-oriented context, financial information has been expanding much faster than traditional technologies can track. As we broaden to a macroprudential perspective, the problem becomes both quantitatively and qualitatively different. Supervisors should prepare for new ways of… CONTINUE READING

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