Central Banking Publications publishes a range of specialist books, directories and research studies for central bankers, financial market authorities and related professionals and practitioners. The publications focus on three main areas: central banking itself, financial regulation and supervision, and international finance, and speak to the practical and policy needs of the central banking community. They are regularly supported by sponsorship from industries working with central banks.
Recently published titles include HSBC Reserve Management Trends 2014, Directory of Financial Regulators 2014, Central Bank Directory 2014, Sovereign Investment: Volatility, Diversity, Sustainability, Payment Systems: Design, Governance and Oversight, Sovereign Asset Management for a Post-Crisis World and The Future of Central Banking.
Forthcoming titles include Financial Independence and Accountability for Central Banks. A full list of forthcoming books is available on request.
To view and order all available Central Banking titles visit the Central Banking Books website.
Edited By Robert Pringle and Nick Carver
Now in its tenth year, the only annual survey of central bank reserve managers provides candid insights into the thinking of official sector portfolio managers.
HSBC Reserve Management Trends 2014 features an exclusive report of a survey of reserve managers in central banks on their reaction to the global financial situation and how they view the key questions facing financial markets and the international monetary system.
As well as reproducing the survey in full this unique book includes chapters on the following:
The book also features practitioner-focused chapters, which draw on expert opinion and experience to allow central bankers to benchmark their policies against those of their peers.
Key questions in the survey cover:
For further information and to order your copy visit Riskbooks.com/RMT14
Edited By Martina Horáková and Amy Jordan
'...it is important that the work of regulatory authorities is well understood, and those authorities speak to and understand each other. I therefore welcome the 2014 edition of the Directory of Financial Regulators, an invaluable reference source for the "who's who" and "what's what" of our world.'
Andrew Bailey (Chief Executive, Prudential Regulation Authority and Deputy Governor, Prudential Regulation, Bank of England)
Formerly known as How Countries Supervise their Banks, Insurers and Securities Markets, the Directory profiles the 350+ agencies responsible for supervising banks, insurance companies and securities firms around the world.
At a time of unprecedented change in the world of financial regulation and supervision, it provides up-to-date information on personnel and institutional changes. Featuring detailed information on over 350 supervisory institutions in 189 jurisdictions worldwide, the Directory equips you to:
The Directory enables you to contact quickly and easily the regulators, supervisors and central banks who are leading the latest changes and requirements.
For more information and to order your copy, visit Riskbooks.com/DFR14
Edited By Martina Horáková and Amy Jordan
Now in its 24th year, the Central Bank Directory 2014, sponsored by Franklin Templeton Investments, is the only single source of detailed contact information for more than 4,500 senior central bankers and their institutions.
For anyone needing to do business with central banks or understand modern central banking, not to mention the central bankers themselves, a copy of the Directory is indispensable.
Be guided through the changing world of central banking, this new 2014 edition enables you to go quickly to the information you need.
With details of more than 4,500 senior central bankers and their institutions this is the only way to find the decision-makers you need to contact. Key institutional functions such as risk management, reserve management, payment systems, financial stability, supervision, IT, legal risk, audit, communications and personnel are covered - all in one easy-to-use directory.
The Central Bank Directory remains unchallenged as the only provider of comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date information on all the central banks in a single manageable volume. Individual entries feature an up-to-date factual profile of each of the world's central banks, European national central banks and regional Federal Reserves as well as central banks' representative offices around the world.
The Directory features:
The Central Bank Directory also includes a set of up-to-date comparative tables offering a clear overview of the central banking world.
For further information and to order your copy visit Riskbooks.com/CBD14
This report explores enterprise GRC solutions for 2015.
This white paper looks at the Basel Committee's BCBS239 principles, also known as PERDARR (Principles for Effective Risk Data Aggregation and Risk Reporting), which comes into force from 1 January 2016.