The South African Reserve Bank (SARB), as part of its research agenda, seeks to expand research into the effects of microprudential and macroprudential regulation on the banking sector, the financial services sector, and the economy’s macroeconomic performance. The research aims to examine the effects of regulatory changes that have stemmed from the evolution of the Basel agreements and to consider the effect of future regulatory changes, such as potential regulations in support of ‘net-zero’ objectives.

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