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Recent bank failures have returned attention to questions of bank capital adequacy and reserve requirements. But no capital cushion will be sufficient when loss of confidence in a firm reflects a loss of faith in its management. Confidence cushions are strengthened when firms show a steady ability to avoid culture problems, conduct scandals, and operational risk governance failures.

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IMF Calls for More Effective Supervision

by Starling Insights


Sep 13, 2023

In a report published last week entitled "Good Supervision: Lessons from the Field," the International Monetary Fund (IMF) emphasizes the importance of effective banking supervision and discusses what can be done to achieve it.

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