The founders of SecurEyes discuss how central banks can protect themselves and financial stability
Seemanta Patnaik, co-founder and chief technology officer at SecurEyes, discusses the continually evolving challenges and threats, and possible solutions to remain resilient to cyber attacks in today’s central banking environment.
Bank of China (Hong Kong) assesses the prospects for renminbi-denominated assets as GDP growth slows worldwide
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
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
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…
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…
Central Banking’s fifth annual FinTech RegTech Global Awards showcase the ground-breaking projects undertaken within the central banking community
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
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
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.
One interesting economic story over the past year has been the growth in grassroots support for cash payments. Against the backdrop of the Covid‑19 pandemic and now debunked rumours that coins and banknotes could be significant transmission vectors for…
Andreas Dombret, global senior adviser, and Oliver Wünsch, partner, at Oliver Wyman, describe the importance of international standard-setting amid increasing political interference.
With the rapid pace of technological change in global financial markets, central banks are increasingly recognising that many legacy tools, methods and manual processes are inadequate, writes Sachin Somani