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Post-crisis international financial regulatory reforms: a primer

We review the bank and CCP international regulatory reforms implemented after the Great Financial Crisis (GFC). The reforms have sought to bolster financial stability through both improved and new standards.

We ground the review on a unified analytical framework. The key notion is "shock-absorbing capacity". The framework allows us to discuss both individual "trees" (standards) and how they come together to shape the regulatory "forest".