SRC Chairman Sir Paul Tucker cautions that we are not out of the financial emergency woods just yet, saying that financial markets are still facing serious stability risks. Listen to his discussion with Yale University below on the pandemic economic emergency, unprecedented stimulus and the risks of new heights in financial repression. https://insights.som.yale.edu/insights/awaiting-the-will-to-ensure-financial-market-stability
A decade ago the G20 leaders, supported by their finance ministers and central bank governors, approved a program of reform to restore the resilience and stability of the international financial system in the wake of the 2007-09 crisis. It is timely to think about what was left out or undone in the light of events […]
The Systemic Risk Council is deeply saddened by the news of the passing of our colleague Alice Rivlin, a founding member of the Council. We mourn her passing, in admiration of a life given to public service and with gratitude for her support of our work.