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Systemic oversight frameworks in LAC : current practices and reform agenda, Volume 1
 
Author:Gutierrez, Eva; Caraballo, Patricia; Country:Latin America; Caribbean;
Date Stored:2012/01/10Document Date:2012/01/01
Document Type:Policy Research Working PaperSubTopics:Access to Finance; Emerging Markets; Currencies and Exchange Rates; Banks & Banking Reform; Debt Markets
Language:EnglishRegion:Latin America & Caribbean
Report Number:WPS5941Collection Title:Policy Research working paper ; no. WPS 5941
Volume No:1  

Summary: The world financial crisis that started in the US housing market in 2008 brought into evidence deep failures of prudential oversight, linked for the most part to a failure to comprehend and handle systemic risk in a way that could prevent systemic crises. This paper summarizes the responses to the joint World Bank -ASBA survey o the state of systemic oversight in the Latin American and Caribbean financial sectors and reflects on some of the challenges identified by respondents. We found that there is broad consensus among regional financial authorities on the need to enhance the current systemic oversight framework. Improving consolidated supervision to mitigate risk-shifting in conglomerates, adjusting prudential regulations to account for the accumulation of systemic risks, redefining the role of the supervisor to make it more proactive, and improving coordination among local supervisors as well as with foreign supervisors figure preeminently in the regional reform agenda.

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