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in a systematic or consistent manner

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Using the identification approach applied in the prior literature, this would suggest that, on average, the construction industry is the largest source of systemic risk.
The second article in the symposium is a macro-overview analysis of systemic risk in the insurance industry by J.
Accordingly, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act (Dodd-Frank) instructs the Federal Reserve to mitigate bank-specific systemic risk under an expansive framework (9) when assessing bank mergers and acquisitions under the Bank Holding Company Act (BHCA).
Before the policy measures are imposed on the few designated G-SIIs, we urge a careful re-evaluation of the systemic risk issue in the context of U.
I believe that attendance at IAIS systemic risk meetings is critical to fulfilling my responsibilities as a voting member of the FSOC, given the centrality of systemic risk to FSOC responsibilities.
Hence, it may be stated that systemic risk is just not a financial stability issue it is a public policy concern as well.
I also make some recommendations on systemic risk management more generally.
The implementation of the decision may lead to an increase of the systemic risk with "incalculable consequences" and also encourage bad practices, the fiscal watchdog added.
1) Determine the payment system to be a designated payment system if it poses or has the potential to pose a systemic risk or when there is necessity to protect the public interest;
ISLAMABAD -- The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) and the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) have signed a letter of understanding (LOU) to establish the Council of Regulators to mitigate systemic risk.
KARACHI -- The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) and Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) on Friday signed a Letter of Understanding (LoU) to establish a Council of Regulators to mitigate systemic risk.
Financial regulators overseeing the over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives market marked an important milestone this fall as Wall Street banks began complying with the last in a cocktail of derivatives market reforms intended to rein in systemic risk.
From the academic research, there are many research results and papers on the financial crisis, but from the perspective of systemic risk analysis is not a lot, the current systemic risk research on this one has not yet a complete theoretical analysis framework and content.
In the first study to compare sources of systemic risk in European banks, economists found banks in southern countries, including France, Spain and Italy, are highly vulnerable to failure.
The authors offer four lessons as suggestions of systemic risk management in the financial sector.
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