Corporate Services Benchmarks 2021 report – trends in financial reporting and administration

Insights on staffing and salaries, technological automation, data security, rule compliance, gender equality and green office spaces in accounting, audit, HR and administration

The success of many central banks is frequently underpinned by a sequence of unremarkable events within an area often described as ‘corporate services’ – the essential accounting, audit, human resources, administration and other central service activities that take place within all institutions.

These responsibilities and roles often sit within disparate parts of a central bank, making it hard to pinpoint the individuals with overall control for ‘corporate services’, something that also impedes

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