BoE reveals the risk posed by an extended period of ‘zero interest rates’

Author: IFLR Correspondent | Published: 20 May 2013
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The Bank of England’s executive director for financial stability, Andrew Haldane, met with IFLR this month to discuss the risk to financial stability of an extended period of 'zero interest rates’.

Over a series of four videos, Haldane assesses the potential market implications of normalising interest rates, outlines how the Too Big To Fail problem could be solved, discusses how best to regulate shadow banks and reveals why he believes leverage ratios are the bank solvency metric for the future.

Visit IFLR.com this Thursday to view the full video interview series.

See also

BoE: the questions that must determine financial reform
http://www.iflr.com/Article/3189462/BoE-the-questions-that-must-determine-financial-reform.html

Banking sector reform: a definitive guide to the latest developments
http://www.iflr.com/Article/3107360/Banking-sector-reform-a-definitive-guide-to-the-latest.html

What to expect from the UK’s new regulators
http://www.iflr.com/Article/3176797/What-to-expect-from-the-UKs-new-regulators.html