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Sweden :, Financial Sector Stability Assessment

The impact of the financial crisis on Sweden’s economy and financial sector is analyzed in this study. From the financial stability analysis, banks are resilient to credit risk and could face difficulties with respect to liquidity risk. The frameworks of international reserve management and Riksbanken’s (RB’s) are reviewed by authorities. The existing framework is augmented by the high-level systemic financial stability council (SFSC) to coordinate financial stability policies and actions. The authorities will strengthen the Finansinspektionen (FI)'s resources and legal frameworks for bank resolution and security markets
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Glossary; Executive Summary, Key Findings, and Recommendations; Tables; 1. Key Recommendations; I. Background; A. Macroeconomic and Financial Setting; 2. Selected Economic Indicators, 2005-11; Boxes; 1. Key Crisis Intervention Measures; B. Implementation of 2002 FSAP Recommendations; Figures; 1. Household Debt as Share of Disposable Income; II. Financial Stability Assessment; A. Financial Stability and Risk Factors; 2. Loan Geographic Distribution; B. Stress Testing Vulnerabilities in the Banking Sector; III. Macroprudential and Financial Stability Framework
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non fiction
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1 online resource (103 p.)
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