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.
Former BoE chief says Covid-19 provides an opportunity to introduce comprehensive disclosures
Sarb is the latest institution facing calls to directly purchase Covid-19 related government debt
Mauritius’ prime minister thinks the central bank should fund businesses direct from its reserves
New Central Banking survey finds central banks favour DLT for possible digital currency projects
Most central banks believe there are retail uses for CBDCs, but few plan to launch one in the next five years
Neighbouring country obligations could be a risk, say participants in Belt and Road
Test system will use smart contracts with timestamping from the bitcoin blockchain
President acknowledges long-standing deputy might have felt “passed over” for role
The next financial crisis could be a green one. Are central banks doing enough to prepare?
Hub will accommodate regulatory advice unit as well as sandbox and accelerator facilities
Growth could fall as low as -5.1% as largest economies struggle with Covid-19 repercussions
CBDC does not need to be built on DLT network, BoE says
Bank Negara Malaysia says pandemic already having “significant impact”
New system seeks to boost financial inclusion with coverage of accounts and mandatory participation
Central bank social media usage is on the rise, with choice of platform is shifting towards the visual
PRA asks largest lenders to suspend payments until the end of the year
Project will explore CBDC use cases in interbank payment space
MPC asked to vote on package via email to ensure social distancing