Financial stability

The recent financial crisis raised important questions as to the limitations of the approaches adopted so far in regulation and surveillance to predict accumulated risks and their impact on financial systems. It also highlighted the need for necessary tools to identify and assess systemic risks and strengthen the regulatory frameworks, in order to mitigate effects of the risks and keep them contained within appropriate limits. The crisis also pointed to the importance for regulatory authorities to reinforce macro-prudential framework to contribute to the financial system stability. 

To that end, the Ministry of Economy and Finance, the Moroccan Capital Market Authority (AMMC), and the Supervising Authority of Insurance and Social Welfare have over recent years undertaken substantive actions to lay the foundations for a macro-prudential supervision and financial stability framework, based on an institutional and operational mechanism to identify and regulate systemic risks and manage potential crises.

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