Data management initiative: Bank of Lithuania

Gediminas Šimkus, governor of the Bank of Lithuania

Central banks worldwide are grappling with issues relating to data. From how to collect and manage data to issues of governance, analysis and communication, the proliferation of data is pushing many to consider root-and-branch reforms.

The Bank of Lithuania has been one of the fastest movers in this regard. Gediminas Šimkus, governor of the central bank, tells Central Banking that the changing data

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