Banking and Capital Markets

Market liquidity, leverage, and regulation ten years after the crisis

The financial system has undergone far-reaching changes since the 2008 Global Crisis. Image: REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger

Tobias Adrian

Senior Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

John Kiff

Senior Financial Sector Expert,, International Monetary Fund (Monetary and Capital Markets)

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Image: Adrian et al. (2018).
Image: Adrian et al. (2018).
Image: Adrian et al. (2018).
Image: Adrian et al. (2018).

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