Financial Stability Report
The Financial Stability Report outlines the Bank’s assessment of the recent performance of credit institutions and their debtors, as well as the main risks and vulnerabilities that could affect the financial stability of the Colombian economy. Given this objective, the report is intended to inform financial markets and the general public, and to encourage public debate on the trends and risks affecting the financial system. The information in the report also is useful to the Bank as a basis for reaching decisions on how to promote financial stability in a general context of objectives for price and macroeconomic stability.
The Financial Stability Report is published twice a year: in May and November. It is accompanied by the publication of special reports on financial stability in June and December on topics of interest, which are examined in depth.