Daniel Hinge is editor of Central Banking’s benchmarking service and subject specialist for economics and monetary policy. He has reported on the central banking community since 2012, in roles including news editor and comment editor. He holds a degree in politics, philosophy and economics from the University of Oxford.
Chedly Ayari replaces Mustapha Kamel Nabli as central bank governor; fears surface over his suitability for the role due to age and connections to former government
Statistical commentary argues gold price may increase due to disinflation; says current economic environment ‘supportive’ of gold demand
David Blanchflower says Spencer Dale and Ben Broadbent were 'on another planet' when they voted against an increase to the asset purchase programme; minutes of July MPC meeting show 7:2 split
Dejan Šoškić’s governorship allegedly under threat from new Serbian government; defends position saying 'there is no reason for me to resign'
Fund for Orderly Bank Restructuring (Frob) selects new general manager from Spanish government among other senior appointments; first €30 billion of bailout funds to be handled by the Frob
Hungarian government puts forward amendments to widely criticised central bank law; discussions with concerned international bodies including the ECB and IMF are 'ongoing'
Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia says training for directors of financial institutions is an effective method of promoting financial stability; praises FIDE programme’s role in achieving this
Jean-Pierre Danthine examines SNB’s unusual monetary policy situation; says impact of unconventional measures should not be overestimated
Miguel Fernández Ordóñez, outgoing governor of the Bank of Spain, criticises government’s fiscal position; speculation begins over successor