Central Banking | 12 Feb 2015
Researchers say global banking has not become more fragmented, but has undergone some ‘important transformations’ since the crisis
Central Banking | 02 Feb 2015
Working paper published by The Netherlands Bank separates the different origins of unemployment in Europe, finding the continent- and country-level factors most influential
Central Banking | 20 Jan 2015
Working paper published by The Netherlands Bank finds banks with large exposure to government bonds show ‘relatively stronger response’ to wholesale funding shocks
Central Banking | 16 Jan 2015
Central bank says current system has ‘opaque redistributive elements that are difficult to justify' and puts some generations ‘at a disadvantage in favour of others'
Central Banking | 08 Jan 2015
Latest bulletin from The Netherlands Bank encourages both financial institutions and national authorities to collaborate more in bolstering defences against attacks
Central Banking | 21 Nov 2014
Central bank will now keep 31% of its gold reserves in own country; move was designed to create a more even distribution of its reserves across the globe
Central Banking | 12 Nov 2014
Peer review finds macro-prudential tools and crisis planning in the Netherlands are well-advanced, but FSB says authorities face challenges that provide ‘instructive test’
Central Banking | 03 Nov 2014
The Netherlands Bank is creating four new divisions as part of its response to the SSM launching this week; Femke de Vries has been appointed secretary-director as part of reshuffle
Central Banking | 10 Sep 2014
ECB paper finds social media sentiment and consumer confidence are ‘highly correlated’ and could be useful in policy-making
Central Banking | 04 Sep 2014
Frank Elderson hopes the forum’s plan will ‘spark real-time payment transfers’, noting this would require a ‘comprehensive renewal’ of market infrastructure
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