Bank of England’s Carney to George Osborne: Bank may need to adjust regs

The full letter is available here:


Bloomberg’s summary:

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said some rules imposed by bank regulators in response to the financial crisis may hamper short-term economic growth and officials will review their policies later this year.

The BOE’s Financial Policy Committee “recognizes that action to increase resilience may in some circumstances have a short-term effect on growth, even when that action will make a positive contribution to growth in the medium and longer term,” Carney wrote in an Aug. 11 letter to Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne.

The Bloomberg article is available at

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