DTCC: Understanding Interconnectedness Risks To Build A More Resilient Financial System

The key findings of this paper can be summarized as follows:

A wave of network-related studies have been undertaken in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis to better understand the role of interconnectedness in the transmission of risks. A major finding of these studies is that financial networks tend to be robust yet fragile, absorbing shocks up to a certain tipping point, beyond which they spread risks rather than contain them. While the importance of network structures in propagating

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