Since 2015, the risk report on the non-banking financial markets has been published once a year, under the name of ‘Risk outlook for non-bank financial sectors’. From 2017 its title is ‘Insurance, funds and capital market risk report’. The Report presents the risks facing insurance companies, funds, financial enterprises and intermediaries as well as the capital market. The Risk Outlook Report provides a more in-depth analysis of the sectors which are not or only briefly discussed by the Financial Stability Report, and therefore it does not contain findings about the banking sector discussed in detail in the former. The main aim of the Report is to increase the risk awareness of participants in the market overseen by the Bank and strengthen confidence in the sectors. It provides an overview of experience gained during official investigations and continuous oversight in a breakdown by area, highlighting the major prudential risks identified in the reference period.
The Magyar Nemzeti Bank (MNB) used to publish the „Insurance, funds and capital market risk report” and the „Financial Consumer Protection Report”. From 2020, instead the two separate reports, the MNB publishes the „Report on insurance, funds, capital market risk and consumer protection” in order to give a full picture of the most important changes in the insurance, funds and capital market sectors, and to show the microprudencial and consumer protection risks side by side.
Published by the Magyar Nemzeti Bank
Publisher in charge: Eszter Hergár
Editor: Kandrács Csaba dr.
H-1013 Budapest, Krisztina Krt. 55.
ISSN 2560-1407 (print)
ISSN 2560-1415 (on-line)
Until 2017 the report had been published with the following title: