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then running down the remaining book of business.

The FSF said supervisors could require that regulated banks “conserve financial resources”.

The FSF raised the possibility that governments might want to “announce a coordinated operation to boost capital simultaneously in a number of institutions” with the help of public funds, to avoid stigma problems.

Central banks could further expand their liquidity support operations, including expanding the eligible collateral and providing emergency liquidity support to troubled institutions.

Many of the FSF’s ideas are likely to encounter resistance from governments and central banks, but the fact they are being mooted points to policymakers’ concern about the outlook and willingness to explore unorthodox solutions.


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