Central Banking Awards 2019: first winners announced

The Bank of Mexico
The Bank of Mexico won this year’s award for reserve management
Daniel Hinge

The first batch of the Central Banking Awards 2019 was unveiled today, with winners including the Bank of Mexico and Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ).

The Mexican central bank took the prize for reserve manager of the year, having successfully modified its strategic asset allocation process to better achieve its liquidity, capital preservation and return goals.

Governor Alejandro Díaz de León said financial markets were posing “unprecedented challenges” to reserve managers. “In this

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