Technology in a time of crisis

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Over the past 24 months, the pace of fintech adoption and development within the central banking community has accelerated significantly.

The onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the lockdown measures subsequently introduced around the world, brought the global economy to a halt. Entire sectors shut down following the announcement of domestic and international lockdowns, while workers became accustomed to new remote, working-from-home arrangements.

Action from regulators has been rapid and on

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