Sharper supervision in an era of technology races
Cecilia Skingsley proposes a framework to help central bankers in embracing innovation and at the same time solve some of the challenges confronting the central banking and regulatory communities
Bank liquidity, regulation, and the Fed’s role as lender of last resort
Bank regulators are planning to introduce a package of liquidity regulations later this year in response to last year’s bank failures. Michelle Bowman discusses potential changes to improve liquidity for...
Trust and macroeconomic stability: a virtuous circle
Trust is essential for the success of public policies. Agustín Carstens argues that policymakers' success in dealing with recent crises was due to the trust they had built over the years, which allowed...
How the financial authorities can take advantage of AI
AI will both be of considerable help to the financial authorities and bring new challenges. Jon Danielsson and Andreas Uthemann discuss how the authorities might want to approach AI, where it can help,...
Tailoring, fidelity to the rule of law, and unintended consequences
Michelle Bowman discusses the role of tailoring in the regulation of banks, and how it allows the safety and soundness of the banking system and US financial stability
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