Toward a Global Risk Map

@article{Cecchetti2010TowardAG,
  title={Toward a Global Risk Map},
  author={Stephen G. Cecchetti and Ingo Fender and Patrick M. McGuire},
  journal={Risk Management eJournal},
  year={2010}
}
Global risk maps are unified databases that provide risk exposure data to supervisors and the broader financial market community worldwide. We think of them as giant matrices that track the bilateral (firm-level) exposures of banks, non-bank financial institutions and other relevant market participants. While useful in principle, these giant matrices are unlikely to materialise outside the narrow and targeted efforts currently being pursued in the supervisory domain. This reflects the well… Expand
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