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RBA Glossary definition for systemic stability

systemic stability – The Reserve Bank of Australia has a general and longstanding responsibility for safeguarding the stability of the Australian financial system. In broad terms, financial system stability equates to smoothly functioning financial markets and the absence of financial disturbances that may threaten the health of the economy more broadly. The RBA can use its balance sheet to support a sound financial institution facing liquidity difficulties, should system stability be at risk.

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At a Glance: Financial Stability Review – October 2022

7 Oct 2022 FSR
The risk of cyber-attacks is elevated, and a significant incident could have implications for financial stability. ... A significant cyber event could undermine confidence in the financial system and have systemic implications.


2 May 2023
A glossary of terms used on the RBA website

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

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9 Mar 2023
Speeches by senior staff of the Reserve Bank

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.

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

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

Financial Stability

9 Mar 2023
About Financial Stabiilty; Financial Institutions in Australia; Australia's Financial Regulatory Framework; Australia's Participation in International Regulatory Fora; Financial System Stability Publications; Financial Sytem Stability Speeches;

Macrofinancial Stress Testing on Australian Banks

20 Sep 2022 RDP 2022-03
Nicholas Garvin, Samuel Kurian, Mike Major and David Norman
financial stability, banking, modelling. Macrofinancial stress testing is a tool to help policymakers better understand the key systemic vulnerabilities in a financial system. ... It is designed with a focus on understanding systemic vulnerabilities and

CCPs and Banks: Different Risks, Different Regulations

17 Dec 2015 Bulletin – December 2015
David Hughes and Mark Manning
Recent debate on the adequacy of regulatory standards for central counterparties (CCPs) has often drawn on the experience of bank regulation. This article draws out the essential differences between CCPs and banks, considering the implications of