Treasury systems initiative: Refinitiv

Firm’s data-driven approach is helping central banks stay ahead of fast-moving markets

Central Bank of Myanmar
The Central Bank of Myanmar started off using Refinitiv’s FX platforms before adding fixed income instruments
Photo: Bjoertvedt/Wikimedia Commons

Liquidity management has always been at the heart of central banking, but the past year has tested central banks’ ability to stay on top of this critical role. The Covid-19 crisis sent rapid shocks through repo markets, foreign exchange and government bonds, triggering a ‘dash for cash’. With the need to intervene in fast-moving markets changing hour by hour, central banks’ treasury systems were pushed to the limit.

Through the turmoil, Refinitiv’s central bank clients were able to rely on the

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