Governance Benchmarks 2024 report – central banks’ core processes

The Governance Benchmarks 2024 report presents original data on the ways central banks ensure they can meet their mandates. The report covers governance structures, including staffing; governors, including their appointment and salaries; the role played by boards; independence and accountability mechanisms; and central banks’ own financing.


Model banks analysis – Fintech 2024

Explore key differences between central banks across economy groups

Cyber still in focus

Cyber security remains the number one concern for risk managers in 2024, unchanged from the 2023 and 2022 benchmarks. Market risk comes a distant second, followed by operational risk.

Environmental risk brings up the rear. Some central banks have established climate risk units, and many have staff working on the issue. But it still clearly remains a secondary concern.

For the full breakdown, use the benchmarking service’s interactive charts to explore the data.

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