A suptech transformation: using tech to support the full supervisory lifecycle
Regnology explores how – with the appropriate platforms, partners and processes in place – supervisory technology can be utilised as a driver of transformation.
Renminbi in central banking focus report 2022
This year’s report looks more closely at the effect of inflation and the new free trade agreement among Asia-Pacific nations on parts of the SDR formula, with a focus on the renminbi’s share of central bank reserves.
Inflation, geopolitics and the renminbi
At a Bank of China (Hong Kong)-sponsored forum, policy‑makers discussed geopolitical developments and China’s macroeconomic outlook as global inflation rises
The investment outlook for renminbi-denominated assets
Bank of China (Hong Kong) assesses the prospects for renminbi-denominated assets as GDP growth slows worldwide
Renminbi in focus: diversification and internationalisation
Bank of China (Hong Kong) comments on the case study interviews conducted by Central Banking and discusses China’s GDP growth and renminbi internationalisation, the renminbi as a financing currency and its role in cross-border settlement
The long and short of it: a brave new world order and dollar reserves
Arnab Das, global macro strategist at Invesco, explores the possibility of an international monetary system going back to the future, with the US less economically and geopolitically dominant
Podcast: the effect of monetary policy on reserve management
Global rise in inflation is having an impact on central banks' reserve strategies
ETFs in reserve management focus report 2022
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) have risen in popularity among investors and may be of interest to central bank reserve managers in pursuit of safety, liquidity and returns. Central bank mandates vary, but all reserve managers must navigate a new, complex…
Tactical and strategic ETF use in reserves
Opportunities to diversify with ETFs now and looking forward
Three QE controversies, two theories
BNP Paribas Asset Management‘s head of macro research, Richard Barwell, explores three controversies surrounding quantitative easing through the lens of the quantities and signals theories, and considers whether all asset purchase programmes should be…
Anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism focus report 2022
Anti-money laundering authorities face a never-ending battle to track and block the proceeds of financial crime. Increasingly, they are finding themselves in a technological race to stay ahead of criminals
AML supervision at central banks: 2022 survey
Kroll explores why many central banks are investing in skills and data to tackle money laundering, but resourcing constraints are preventing stronger action, as Central Banking’s survey data reveals.
Podcast: collaboration as the key to better data
Regnology’s Joanne Horgan highlights an emerging trend of collaboration on supervisory data
The case for trade surveillance in FX and fixed-income markets
This whitepaper explores the essential need for central banks to monitor activity for signs of market abuse, which has a negative impact on the economy and society
Effective market operations in a modern central bank
Oliver Wyman’s Paul Fisher and Oliver Wünsch explain how central banks can successfully organise and manage their market operations departments with a public sector workforce, and when their objectives are not dictated by financial returns.