Swedish Central Bank Wants Control Of Crisis-Prevention Tools

12 Jun 2013

Stefan Ingves, governor of Riksbank, says Sweden’s central bank should have full responsibility for crisis-prevention tools and not share oversight with the Financial Supervisory Authority, as the government has proposed.

Stefan Ingves, governor of Riksbank, says Sweden’s central bank should have full responsibility for crisis-prevention tools and not share oversight with the Financial Supervisory Authority, as the government has proposed.

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