Financial Sector Stability
A stable financial system – inclusive of investors, intermediaries, trading platforms and an institutional infrastructure – that is robust to both exogenous and endogenous shocks plays a critical role in the economy. It enables the financial intermediation process which facilitates the flow of capital between savers and borrowers, thus ensuring that financial resources are allocated efficiently towards promoting economic growth and development.
To strengthen financial sector stability in emerging countries, the Emerging Markets Dialogue on Financial Sector Stability provides a platform for financial market stakeholders from large emerging market economies and Europe to jointly develop solutions for pressing issues on global finance – such as stable capital markets, adequate risk management, sustainable finance, and infrastructure investments. To achieve this, we work with regulators and supervisors, central banks and ministries of finance from leading G20 emerging economies.