Central Banking Journal | 20 Nov 2014
William Coen, the secretary-general of the Basel Committee, speaks about the banking industry’s response to Basel III, supervision versus regulation and preventing the next crisis.
Central Banking Journal | 08 Aug 2014
Agustín Carstens, governor of the Bank of Mexico, speaks about the work of the IMF, tackling shadow banking and how Mexico has kept a strong economic position in the midst of the financial crisis.
Central Banking Journal | 06 Aug 2014
Raghuram Rajan, governor of the Reserve Bank of India, speaks about the challenges facing emerging market central banks, spillovers and getting to know India’s new prime minister Narendra Modi.
Central Banking Journal | 16 Nov 2013
William White tells Christopher Jeffery he is wary of placing too much reliance on the ‘science’ of monetary or regulatory policy. He also believes the world economic system is still out of balance
OECD, monetary policy, Basel III, Alan Greenspan, Inflation targeting, Inflation, Banking union, European Central Bank, Federal reserve, Financial crisis, Bank for International Settlements, Leaning against the wind, too big to fail, Systemic risk
Central Banking | 16 Aug 2013
National Bank of the Republic of Belarus chair Nadezhda Ermakova tells CentralBanking.com about the central bank’s efforts to deal with the 2011 currency and ensuing inflation crisis
Central Banking Journal | 12 Aug 2013
Peru is more insulated against shocks to its financial system than in the past but managing uncertainty has never been tougher, Central Bank of Peru governor Julio Velarde, tells Christopher Jeffery
Central Banking Journal | 05 Jun 2013
Stanley Fischer believes his work as governor of the Bank of Israel is done. He tells Chris Jeffery about the reform process in Israel as well as the challenges facing the world economy and the IMF
Central Banking Journal | 10 May 2013
Hoenig tells Christopher Jeffery that Basel III is flawed, universal banks require legal separation, financial safety nets need cutting and monetary policy should move to non-zero interest rates
Central Banking | 13 Mar 2013
The UK will adopt ‘twin peaks’ supervision in April in a bid to restore integrity to its financial system. Chris Jeffery talks to the Bank of England’s Sarah Breeden about the challenges ahead
Bank of England, Lehman Brothers, Northern Rock, Financial Conduct Authority, Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), Financial Policy Committee (FPC) , Stress tests, Macro-prudential regulation, Sarah Breeden, Leverage ratios
Central Banking Journal | 24 Aug 2012
On the eve of its 70-year anniversary, Bank of Thailand’s governor, Prasarn Trairatvorakul, talks to Blair Baker about the central bank’s emerging role in domestic, regional and global economics
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