Center for Financial Innovation and Stability

The purpose of the Center for Financial Innovation and Stability is to improve knowledge of financial innovation and financial stability as well as the connection between the two, especially as it pertains to Federal Reserve policymaking.


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Ending Too Big to Fail: Lessons from Continental Illinois

Ending Too Big to Fail: Lessons from Continental Illinois

Some analysts have recently called for structural changes to the banking industry to end too big to fail (TBTF). Notes from the Vault looks back at the 1984 TBTF treatment of Continental Illinois to see whether these structural measures would have prevented the bailout.
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Getting a Grip on Liquidity

Getting a Grip on Liquidity

Liquidity is a slippery concept but one that has important implications for the financial system. This Notes from the Vault post highlights some of the liquidity related issues that will be discussed in our upcoming Financial Markets Conference, Getting a Grip on Liquidity: Markets, Institutions, and Central Banks.
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