China's vice-minister of finance
CBRC chairman explains how banks will cope with the major shake-up of the Chinese financial system
China Securities Regulatory Commission chief outlines plans to unleash private capital
BIS secretary general contrasts the roles of supervision and regulation
Interview: Norman Chan
The chairman of the UK’s Treasury Select Committee talks to Claire Jones about the future of ﬁnancial regulation, why he’s a sceptic on Basel and reining in a more powerful Bank of England
The governor of the Bank of Mexico tells Claire Jones about how the central bank is improving its capacity to safeguard financial stability
The governor of the Central Bank of Ireland tells Claire Jones what went wrong in Ireland and how he plans to stop it happening again.
The executive director for financial stability at the Bank of England talks to Robert Pringle about lessons from the crisis, the macroprudential toolkit, links between monetary policy and financial stability, and whether the banking industry needs to...
The governor of the South African Reserve Bank talks to Ramya Jaidev about some of the challenges central bankers are facing both in South Africa and around the world.
Blair Baker talked to Donald Kohn on 9 July about his career at the Federal Reserve, monetary policy, the crisis and the future of financial regulation.
The governor of the South African Reserve Bank tells CentralBanking.com why reforms can’t be rushed and discusses the role of central banks within society
The founding chairman of the UK Financial Services Authority discusses Britain’s new regulatory architecture, weaknesses in the European Central Bank’s voting arrangements, and how inflation targets need to change
The governor of Bank Al-Maghrib talks to CentralBanking.com about the success of the country’s financial reform efforts
In an exclusive interview, the managing director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore discusses the impact of the financial crisis and how monetary and regulatory policies will change as a result
The former chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation tells Robert Pringle that procyclical accounting and capital rules lie at the heart of the crisis
The Bank of Mexico governor and BIS chairman discusses central bank governance, monitoring systemic risk and why Mexico has managed to avoid a financial meltdown despite being hard hit by the crisis
Martina Horáková speaks to the Czech governor about the crisis, calls for cross-border supervision and the process for adopting the euro
The governor of the Central Bank of Bahrain tells Malan Rietveld that the country’s conservative approach to finance, regulation and construction is paying dividends in a time of crisis.
The chief executive of the Dubai International Financial Centre Authority tells Malan Rietveld that the emirate will bounce back strongly
The governor of the Central Bank of Bahrain tells Malan Rietveld that the country’s conservative approach to finance, regulation and construction is paying dividends in a time of crisis
Zdenek Tuma discusses the future of financial regulation and the prospects for joining the euro
In 2000, Sir Eddie George, the former governor of the Bank of England who died at the weekend, spoke on the Bank's then new-found independence and the loss of its supervisory function
Peter Praet, an executive director at the National Bank of Belgium and a member of the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision, offers some pointers on how global leaders should formulate their regulatory response to the crisis.