Macroprudential and Microprudential Policies: Toward Cohabitation

 
Author/Editor: Jacek Osinski ; Katharine Seal ; Lex Hoogduin
 
Publication Date: June 21, 2013
 
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Summary: Effective arrangements for micro and macroprudential policies to further overall financial stability are strongly desirable for all countries, emerging or advanced. Both policies complement each other, but there can also be potential areas of overlap and conflict, which can complicate this cooperation. Organizing their very close interactions can help contain these potential tensions. This note clarifies the essential features of macroprudential and microprudential policies and their interactions, and delineates their borderline. It proposes mechanisms for aligning both policies in the pursuit of financial stability by identifying those elements that are desirable for effective cooperation between them. The note provides general guidance. Actual arrangements will need take into account country-specific circumstances, reflecting the fact that that there is no “one size fits all.”
 
Series: Staff Discussion Notes No. 13/5
Subject(s): Macroprudential Policy | Financial systems | Financial institutions | Banks | Bank supervision | Financial stability | Business cycles

 
English
Publication Date: June 21, 2013
ISBN/ISSN: 9781484369999/2221-030X Format: Paper
Stock No: SDNEA2013005 Pages: 28
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