Leadership from frontline central banking departments needed
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Ilan Goldfajn looks set to face similar political pressures as his predecessor
Unanswered questions over Hungarian central bank funds have led to legal and constitutional battles
Strong risk tech and support services underpin treasury management system
Building integrity and soundness of central banks is vital
The rapid growth of Islamic finance could undermine both financial stability and monetary policy if central banks do not set up sharia-compliant facilities
Is now a good time to review the Fed's governance structure?
The UK central bank has unveiled a broad package of reforms to its transparency
Central banks's role not an unfamiliar from an historical perspective
Data sharing and access to confidential information remain a challenge
Is the trend towards commercial and political approaches sustainable?
Flexible exchange rates can act as an asset price as well as a price for goods and services
Bangladesh has achieved strong growth, but still needs to modernise finance
BIS' Claudio Borio highlights the limitations of macro-prudential policies
Independence no substitute for rules-based policy
A new vision of the Old Lady
Has the crisis dented central bank independence?
New mandates raise operational challenges
Raghuram Rajan faces a raft of monetary policy, governance and financial stability challenges when he takes over as governor of the Reserve Bank of India next week, writes Hugh Sandeman
Sleepwalking towards destruction?
ECB conflicted by Cyprus bail-in
A voice in the wilderness
The World Bank and the BIS