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High Council for Financial Stability

The Haut Conseil de stabilité financière (HCSF - High Council for Financial Stability) is tasked with supervising the financial system as a whole, with the aim of safeguarding its stability and ensuring a sustainable contribution of the financial sector to economic growth.
The HCSF also aims to facilitate the cooperation and exchange of information between the institutions that its members represent. These exchanges help to eliminate blind spots in the financial supervisions, and allows for a better oversight of risks arising from interlinkages between participants/sectors and interactions between regulations.

 

Latest publications

31/03/2017 - [Thematic publication] Analysis & stress test results on French commercial real estate
The High Council for Financial Stability (HCSF) updated its 2015 analysis on the French commercial real estate market, in view of discussions with the various stakeholders. This memo outlines these developments and presents the results of the coordinated themed stress tests carried out in the second half of 2016 at the HCSF's request.
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12/01/2014 - [Thematic publication] Strategy of the Haut Conseil de stabilité financière
The High Council for Financial Stability (HCSF) published its macroprudential strategy in December 2014. The HCSF’s ultimate objective is to contribute to the safeguard of the stability of the financial system as a whole. The HCSF’s strategy explains how the HCSF intends to pursue this goal. The publication of this strategy is intended to provide a better understanding of the way the HCSF functions, improve the effectiveness of its intervention and enhance its communication, transparency and accountability. The strategy is liable to be revised and expanded as experience in macroprudential matters grows.
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