Feature/Sovereign wealth

The value of ETFs to central bank reserves managers

Central Banking Journal | 16 Oct 2014

Exchange-traded funds have emerged as a means for reserve managers to gain access to new exposures and markets, but are they fit for purpose?

Topics: Swiss National Bank, Bank of Lithuania, BlackRock, Gary Smith, Sandro Streit, Mindaugas Vaiciulis, Exchange-traded funds (ETFs), Global tactical asset allocation (GTAA), State Street Global Advisors, Vanguard Asset Management


Finance and the Holy See: creating a central bank

Central Banking Journal | 12 May 2014

Topics: Italy, ECB, Vatican

Reassessing the sovereign investor nexus

Central Banking Journal | 17 Feb 2014

Topics: sovereign wealth fund

A sovereign wealth case study from Ghana

Central Banking Journal | 16 May 2012

Topics: Sovereign wealth fund (SWF), Ghana, Oil

The end of a monetary phenomenon

Central Banking Journal | 11 Nov 2011

Topics: Gold, Gold Standard, United States, Fiat money

In gold we trust

Central Banking Journal | 11 Nov 2011

Topics: Gold, Gold Standard, United States

Would Spain be better off out of the euro?

Central Banking Journal | 22 Aug 2011

Topics: Spain, euro

A new way to manage commodity - based wealth

Central Banking Journal | 01 May 2006

Topics: sovereign wealth funds

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