Systemic Risk Management In The Bank Activity: New Approches
The role of the bank system as essential link the saving-investmentprocess makes of its stability a priority on the agenda of the public authorities. One of themajor objectives of a central bank is to prevent the systemic risk by promoting an efficientbank monitoring, which should contribute to the achievement of the stability and viability ofthe entire financial system. Thus, the central banks developed methods and processes for thecontinual supervising and evaluation of the banks â€“ premises of the prevention of theapparition of a great variety of bank crisis or other unpleasant surprises regarding theentities of the bank system.
Volume (Year): 1 (2008)
Issue (Month): 10 ()
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