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As we race through the beginning of 2018, the list of potential threats to the global credit outlook remains lengthy; cybersecurity risk, a hiccup in monetary policy, the volatile energy sector and the threat of a trade war - all of which could hurt the financial system.
Geopolitical risk is still centre stage globally. Europe has been impacted by the return of populism and unilateralism; U.S. politics has been dominated by controversy; Latin America has been mired in corruption scandals and tensions in North Korea are keeping risk high in the region. Finally, the timing and magnitude of monetary tightening in developed economies has bred market speculation about the reaction of the economy, borrowers and consumers.
It is the 10th anniversary of the 2008 global financial crisis and many believe the end of the benign credit cycle is long overdue. How will systemic risk be impacted in an increasingly more globalized and interconnected world?