News editor, Central Banking
Dan Hinge is Central Banking’s news editor. He has worked on the newsdesk since 2012, having graduated with a degree in politics, philosophy and economics from the University of Oxford.
Dan also manages the Viewpoint column and is editor of Central Banking’s first in-depth report, on the topic of big data.
Credit to non-banks and currency mismatches have grown, while oversight is “fragmented”, report warns
Law change permits government to dip into central bank’s reserves
Mark Carney says issues are “increasingly appreciated” in global discussions
On some assumptions, banks would fail the tests; BoE to alter capital framework
Central bank has “plenty of patience”, says monetary policy-maker
Saga sits somewhere between a stablecoin and a crypto asset
The Bank of Ghana led a multi-pronged effort to rescue or resolve several banks and hundreds of smaller firms
Basel Committee report says challenging trade-off exists between privacy, security and efficiency
Progress comes as many central banks complete projects to improve governance
Trial under central bank’s ‘Pivot’ scheme will test artificial intelligence for payment fraud detection
“Urgent action” needed to prevent crisis, say Philip Turner and André Icard
Policies seen as broadly effective, but reports warn of spillovers and other unintended effects