Jon Cunliffe - Bank of England

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And if we start to see financial stability risks coming out of those plans … then we will take action.feedback
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Sep 13 2017 Brexit
Jon Cunliffe has been quoted 15 times. The one recent article where Jon Cunliffe has been quoted is Beware the bubble: Bank of England clamps down on credit. Most recently, Jon Cunliffe was quoted as having said, “I think if you put it over the general picture, we've been watching it for over a year or two now, and this just seems the point now to check on underwriting standards, and then bring forward the stress test so that we can look to see whether as the stock turns over, the risks are growing.”.
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Feb 24 2016

We have a range of tools at our disposal and should be ready to use them whichever risk materialises. If economic growth falters and pay and productivity remain stuck at current levels, then the healing story will become increasingly less convincing.feedback

Feb 03 2016

The risks are a bit less now than they were in 2014 but you can see the market starting to move back again. The market is now coming back again so maybe some of those risks are becoming a little bit more prominent.feedback

Jan 29 2016

These new rules will mean that UK banks and building societies are more resilient to adverse shocks, enabling them to continue to lend to households and businesses even in times of stress.feedback

Sep 02 2015

If credit began to grow faster than GDP, I would want to think very seriously about taking action to manage that sooner rather than later.feedback

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