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12 mars 2009 4 12 /03 /mars /2009 20:57

Le FMI vient de publier un rapport qui nous invite à  repenser rapidement les conditions de gestion du  risque systémique global

Source : FMI.

 

Le FMI presse de repenser comment gérer le risque systémique global

IMF Urges Rethink Of How To Manage Global Systemic Risk

IMF Survey online

March 6, 2009

  • Market discipline, regulations failed to keep up with innovation, leverage buildup
  • Macroeconomic policies did not respond to increase in systemic risk
  • Leadership needed at international level to detect and respond to risks

In the first comprehensive study of its nature, the IMF takes stock of the initial lessons learnt from the global financial crisis and presses for a worldwide rethink of how to handle systemic risk management.

"To look past blame in this crisis, it is useful to ask why policymakers failed to heed the looming threat," the report said. "If there is an underlying theme to the lessons here, it is of failing to come to grips with fragmentation."

The IMF's work, initially requested by its policy steering committee, the International Monetary and Financial Committee, will feed into the work of the Group of 20 (G-20) leading economies to come up with a blueprint for reforming the way financial markets are regulated and for making international financial institutions, such as the IMF and the World Bank, more effective. The G-20 leaders will meet in London on April 2, 2009. In its discussion of the analysis, the IMF's Executive Board stressed "the need for remedial actions across a broad front and at many levels, implying an ambitious agenda for policymakers and the need for coordinated action."


Le FMI presse de repenser comment gérer le risque systémique global

Source : FMI.

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