Should central banks review their investment guidelines as monetary policy normalises?

Central Banking editor Chris Jeffery talks to Charles Goodhart, Tim Young and Scott Dickinson about the strategies reserve managers can deploy ahead of a tightening in monetary policy

Author: Central Banking On Air

Source: Central Banking | 02 Jul 2014 |screening image

Categories: Reserves

Topics: Bank of England, Federal reserve, quantitative easing, Interest rates

Goodhart, Young and Dickinson debate reserves at Central Banking On Air

A normalisation of monetary policy at developed world central banks poses significant opportunities and challenges for central bank reserve managers.

Charles Goodhart, a former member of the Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee and professor of Economics at the London School of Economics; Tim Young, a former reserve management official at the Bank of England official and lecturer in finance and economics at the University of York; and Scott Dickinson, head of the Middle East, South Africa and sovereign wealth at BNP Paribas Securities Services, debated the matter during an April 17, 2014 Central Banking On Air debate.

Key questions discussed included:
● Why are investment guidelines important?
● What are the key considerations when reviewing reserves policy?
● How can central banks develop sound processes and oversight?
● What asset classes and instruments should be eligible?
● Is transparency an important part of the process?
● Which central banks are setting the standard?


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