A “radical reform agenda” is needed to mitigate risks to the global financial system, and the International Monetary Fund must do more to assess the dangers, Bank of England official Andrew Haldane said.
The Bank of England’s executive director for financial stability, Andrew Haldane, said the biggest global risk is a jump in bond yields that might happen for reasons beyond the unwinding of central-bank policy.
Bank of England official Andrew Haldane said lenders should change how they calculate performance-based pay for executives and end the “equity dictatorship” that pushes them into excessive risk taking.
U.K. government plans to insulate consumer banks from future crises should be toughened and show less “flexibility,” said Andrew Haldane, the Bank of England’s executive director for financial stability.
Andrew Haldane, Bank of England executive director for financial stability, said the structure of bank pay still needs to change to include credit instruments and minimize risks associated with some equity packages.
The U.K. Financial Policy Committee may target unregulated bank transactions as it seeks to prevent bubbles and end the “ Chuck Prince dynamic,” said Andrew Haldane , a Bank of England official and member of the new panel.