Asset and currency diversification continues, despite US rate rise
New risk-based approach stood up to its first major test
Clients praised technological capabilities and regulatory nous
Official institutions praise its intellectual rigour and technical excellence
Renminbi is now the second mostused currency in trade finance
The internationalisation of the renminbi is needed for a highly open real economy in China
Cross-border renminbi settlement in the first nine months of 2014 reached 4.8 trillion yuan
The art of central banking has changed dramatically in frontier markets
A case for the renminbi's inclusion in the IMF’s SDR basket
How should emerging economies react to changes in developed-world monetary policies?
How the Bank of Canada has developed its own credit assessment processes
How the Czech National Bank’s activities have affected the value of the koruna
Are ETFs as a tactical tool fit for purpose?
As sovereign assets continue to grow, managers look set to adopt multi-asset investment approaches that are more closely associated with defined-contribution pension plans
The Central Bank of Colombia’s dynamic reserves management strategy and impressive performance amidst turmoil in the US dollar and emerging market currencies made it stand out from the crowd
Improved customer service and impressive investment capabilities in all types of strategies across a wide range of asset classes around the world made BlackRock the stand-out asset manager in 2013
Kazakhstan’s integration of alternatives
The dynamic of the diaspora
Renminbi to shake up reserves management status quo
Embracing a new world order
Held in reserve
Central bank capital levels: do they matter and what can be done?
Central bank portfolio managers should not avoid risk but rather have a disciplined approach to managing it, Elisa Vilorio believes
Marcel Zimmermann and Zoltan Szelyes explain how the Swiss National Bank managed to strengthen the country’s largest financial institution at the height of the crisis by creating a bad bank.