- Initiatives on the Macroprudential Front
- Council for Cooperation on Financial Stability (CCFS)
- Financial System Report
In the macroprudential framework, risks are analyzed and assessed from the viewpoint of the entire financial system, and institutional designs and policy responses are formed on these assessments, thereby ensuring stability of the entire financial system. The Bank of Japan has been taking various initiatives on the macroprudential front.
Initiatives on the Macroprudential Front
Releases concerning the Bank's macroprudential perspective and initiatives
|Oct. 18, 2011||The Bank of Japan's Initiatives on the Macroprudential Front [PDF 59KB]|
Council for Cooperation on Financial Stability (CCFS)
The Financial Services Agency (FSA) and the Bank of Japan have held meetings of the CCFS biannually since June 25, 2014 to exchange views on the current situation of the financial system and the market, with a view to strengthening their cooperation regarding macroprudential policy.
The CCFS is to also discuss any future change in the level of the countercyclical capital buffer by the FSA. For details, see the FSA website [PDF] (available in Japanese only) (Link to an external website).
Financial System Report
The Bank of Japan publishes the Financial System Report semiannually, with the objective of assessing the stability of Japan's financial system and facilitating communication with concerned parties on relevant tasks and challenges in order to ensure such stability.