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RBA Glossary definition for systemic risk

systemic risk – The risk that the failure of one participant in a payments system, or in financial markets generally, to meet its required obligations when due will cause other participants or financial institutions to be unable to meet their obligations (including settlement obligations in a transfer system) when due. Such a failure may cause significant liquidity or credit problems and, as a result, might threaten the stability of financial markets.

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Evolving Bank and Systemic Risk

16 Dec 2021 Speech
Jonathan Kearns
Speech delivered by Jonathan Kearns, Head of Financial Stability, to the 34th Australasian Finance and Banking Conference, Online

Box E: The 2018 Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) Review of Australia

12 Apr 2019 FSR – April 2019
The IMF found that regulatory arrangements for the oversight of systemic risk had historically worked well. ... invest further in data and analytical tools to strengthen financial supervision and systemic risk oversight.

Macroprudential Policy Frameworks and Tools

15 Dec 2016 Bulletin – December 2016
David Orsmond and Fiona Price
Over the past decade, policymakers have increasingly used macroprudential tools to address a range of financial stability concerns. International institutions have identified and offered guidance on the components of an effective macroprudential

Recent Developments in Asset Management – Central Counterparty Risk Controls and Incentives

18 Jun 2015 Bulletin – June 2015
Fiona Price and Carl Schwartz
The global asset management industry has grown rapidly following the global financial crisis. International standard-setting bodies and national regulators are working to better understand and, if necessary, address potential financial stability

Property Markets and Financial Stability: What We Know So Far

8 Sep 2015 Speech
Luci Ellis
Speech by Luci Ellis at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Real Estate Symposium 2015, Sydney

Remarks to the Asian Development Bank

8 Sep 2016 Speech
Philip Lowe
Remarks to the Asian Development Bank, Sydney

Developments in the Financial System Architecture

10 Sep 2009 FSR – September 2009
the incentives for sound risk management through compensation practices; addressing systemic risk and interconnectedness and expanding oversight of the financial system more generally; and strengthening accounting standards. ... Since 2002, APRA has

Evolving Bank and Systemic Risk

16 Dec 2021 Speech PDF 364KB
From bank risk to systemic riskI'd now like to turn to how those core risks to banks can result in systemic risks for the financialsystem. ... It is crucialthat banks continue to adapt their risk management for these evolving risks, as those bank risks

Sources and Management of Systemic Risk | Submission to the Financial System Inquiry – March 2014 | Financial Sector | Submissions

1 Mar 2014 Submissions
Moreover, because systemic risk is borne by the economy as a whole, it cannot be fully diversified away or transferred to others like financial risks can be. ... If these risks significantly materialise they could weaken the credit or liquidity position

Shadow Financing in China

8 Dec 2020 Bulletin – December 2020
Maxwell Sutton and Grace Taylor
In 2016, Chinese authorities launched a campaign to reduce risks in China's shadow finance system.