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Post-Crisis Use of Financial Market Data in Bank Supervision
Post-Crisis Use of Financial Market Data in Bank Supervision
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By Ron Feldman (au); Jason Schmidt (au)
Year: 2012
Pages: 38
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-4117-0

Product Code: 1457841177

Supervisors use a variety of data as inputs to assess the condiiton of banks. This study focuses on supervisory use of market data, primarily prices from financial markets. In particular, the authors review a specific Federal Reserve proposal that would more formally use certain types of market data (äó¯market data thresholdsäó¯) to identify large banks requiring additional supervisory scrutiny. They examine the proposal by describing a system of market data thresholds and then examine how the thresholds performed prior to and during the recent financial crisis. Next, they compare this performance relative to select supervisory assessments. The authors conclude that market data, utilized in this fashion, would augment other informtion incorported in supervisory assessments. Market data do not offer a free lunch, however. The authors note the challenges supervisors face in using market data and discuss a research agenda to help address those challenges. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.

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