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Synonyms for systematically

in a systematic or consistent manner

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Immediately, the announcement of the tax harnesses the expected harm attributable to systemic risk in both the risk-free return and the risk premium and shifts it into the risk premium for the financial sector.
The Systemic Risk Council has provided a thoughtful and constructive voice for regulatory reform in the interests of ensuring that we have a stable financial system that can serve the economys needs, said Tucker.
Paul Volcker, Former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board and Senior Advisor to the Systemic Risk Council, said, "Under Sheila's leadership, our Council has become a powerful voice for financial regulatory reform here in the United States.
Dr Nikos Paltalidis, of the University of Portsmouth Business School, who led the research published in the Journal of Banking and Finance, said: "The European banking system remains highly vulnerable and conducive to financial contagion, which implies that the policies designed to reduce systemic risk are not necessarily doing the job.
The authors call for better measurement and data on systemic risk is well noted.
One reason that banks are susceptible to systemic risk is the interbank lending market, where risk is strongly concentrated due to a network of very short-term, bilateral exposures.
He goes on to describe the various regulatory agencies that will operate in the United States (the Financial Stability Oversight Council, created by Dodd-Frank, and the Office of Financial Research, which operates within the Treasury Department) and the European Union (the European Systemic Risk Board) to manage systemic risk, primarily through the analysis of data that purport to show the degree of systemic risk and the ability to curb excessive risk taking (1-4).
The recent financial crisis and the difficulty of using mainstream macroeconomic models to accurately monitor and assess systemic risk have stimulated new analyses of how we measure economic activity and the development of more sophisticated models in which the financial sector plays a greater role.
Other measures, such as time-varying macroprudential policies, can also help address systemic risks by acting as a "speed bump" of sorts while having a limited effect on the broader economy, Tarullo noted.
Sheila Bair, chair of the Systemic Risk Council, told the Committee that "by allowing stable NAV [net asset value] to remain for institutional government funds and floating NAV for institutional prime funds, the new rules will cause significant money to flow from commercial paper issuers to agency issuers.
PCI also commends the IAIS for taking a clear and final position that the traditional insurance business model does not pose systemic risk.
Any new financial regulatory structure must be able to achieve these goals, while acknowledging and managing trade-offs between enhancing accountability and mitigating systemic risk from contagion.
Many financial crises have resulted from systemic risk which is caused by idiosyncratic distress, leading to the crunch of the whole system.
As well, the federal government sometimes uses macro-prudential tools to respond to potential build-ups of systemic risk in the expansion of residential mortgage credit in Canada.
role in managing systemic risk in the financial markets.
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