Associate editor, Central Banking
Rachael King is Central Banking's Associate/Commercial Editor. She graduated from the University of Nottingham with a first-class degree in Classical Civilisations.
Rachael also manages the Book notes section and is editor of Central Banking’s FinTech & RegTech Global Awards.
Central bankers prepare for CBDC issuance as stablecoin threat eases
Unite union considers seeking statutory approval to represent staff at the UK regulator
Central banks should ensure their fintech activities do not undermine transparency and independence
Chief executive Nikhil Rathi says FCA will be “data and digital first” regulator
CBDCs are yet to prove they offer advantages over private sector initiatives
Sveriges Riksbank says Target2 and T2S could enhance policy but has security concerns
Dedicated diversity strategies remain uncommon among central banks, despite growing recognition of the need for better minority representation
Kganyago says it was a “mistake” to maintain a target band for so long
Central bank says it uncovered bribery and a corrupt tender process during investigation
Benchmarking data offer insights on mandates, staffing structure, oversight of payment services, and RTGS design and management
Chinese central bank digital currency has the potential to boost the renminbi’s internationalisation further, but only if international investors have access.
Remote working on a large scale had never been done before, but central banks appear to have successfully adapted IT and cyber frameworks
NBE pledges to launch retail real-time payments system and consider charges on cash use
Policy-makers discuss what has impacted the renminbi’s adoption as a global reserve asset over the past five years.
Risk-based approach will bring crypto operations within South Africa’s regulatory perimeter