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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Hemisphere Dept., International Monetary Fund. Western.
Brazil: Technical Note on Macroprudential Policy Framework.
Washington : International Monetary Fund, ©2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
International Monetary Fund Western Hemisphere Dept
|Description:||1 online resource (42 pages).|
|Contents:||Cover; Contents; Tables; 1. Brazil FSAP: Main Recommendations; I. Introduction; II. Systemic Risk Assessment; A. Overview; Figures; 1. Financial Stability Map; B. Cyclical Systemic Risks; 2. Capital Flows and Volatility; 3. Investor Composition in IPO and Stock Trading; 4. Commodity Exports and Terms of Trade; 5. Total Credit and Credit-to-GDP Gap; 6. Credit Growth and Debt-Service Ratio of Households; 7. Housing Prices in Metropolitan Areas; C. Cross-sectional and Cross-border Systemic Risks; 8. Domestic Interconnectedness Among Banks; 9. Cross-Border Interconnectedness. 10. Cross-border Banking ExposuresBoxes; 1. Financial System Monitoring at the BCB; III. Systemic Risk Mitigation; A. Overview; 2. Intensity of Use of Macroprudential Instruments for Systemic Risks; B. Capital Flow Management Measure (IOF); 3. IOF Tax Rates; 4. Effectiveness of the IOF; 2. Unilateral Effectiveness of the IOF; 11. Event Studies of the IOF Measures; C. Reserve Requirements; 12. Statutory Reserve Requirements Ratios and Deposits; 13. Impulse Response to Increase of Reserve Requirements; D. Restrictions on Consumer Loans; 14. An Example of Reserve Requirement Circumvention. 5. Macroprudential Instruments on Consumer Loans15. Effectiveness of Capital Requirements on Consumer Loan; E. Potential Macroprudential Instruments; 16. House Price and Mortgage Loans; IV. Institutional Architecture; A. Current Institutional Arrangements; 17. Credit-to-GDP Gap and Countercyclical Capital Buffer; B. Strengths and Weaknesses of Brazilian Institutional Architecture; 18. Current Institutional Arrangements; C. Key Desirables for More Effective Institutional Framework; 19. New Proposed Institutional Framework; Appendices; I. Financial Stability Map. II. Multilateral Effects of the IOF6. Multilateral Impacts of IOF; 3. Multilateral Effectiveness of the IOF: Methodology and Data; References.|
|Series Title:||IMF Staff Country Reports.|