The financial sector, because it now is responsible for the potential cost of all the systemic risk
in the market, must produce 18% returns.
5 trillion, with no end in sight of reckless fiscal spending, should be a concern for systemic risk
Despite the broad recognition that reinsurance interconnectedness may be a source of systemic risk
in the insurance industry, little empirical work has been done to measure the extent of interconnectedness among insurers and reinsurers and to test the significance of this interconnectedness for systemic risk
But even if one were to assume away the distinction between risk and uncertainty, the central management of systemic risk
is procedurally misguided.
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.
is the risk of collapse of an entire system or entire market, exacerbated by links and interdependencies; with systemic risk
, the failure of a single entity or duster of entities can cause a cascading failure.
Using value-at-risk (VaR) to access assets, it seems negligible to capture the systemic risk
and the true risk is often underestimated when other assets come under stress.
Among the many concerns addressed in the Plan was systemic risk
in financial systems: "Authorities should monitor substantial changes in asset prices and their implications for the macro-economy and the financial system" (G20 2008, 3).
Despite LCH's success in decreasing systemic risk
Modern systemic risk
analysis consists of many tools that are applied by central banks and supervisory authorities as well as macroprudential supervisory bodies at the national and international level such as the European Systemic Risk
Board and the Financial Supervision Board.
Summary: The New York Fed brought together leading financial researchers to review the latest analysis on systemic risk
in global banking
When the bank has many trades on the clearinghouse's books, the clearinghouse is fine if these trades net out to about zero; systemic risk
, regulators insist, is thereby reduced, because the financial system needn't worry about collecting the debts, one-by-one.