Many central banks have a fintech strategy

Over half of respondents have a dedicated fintech team

Many central banks have a fintech strategy, but organisational structures vary, the results of Central Banking’s Fintech Benchmarks 2022 show. 

Two-thirds of 32 central banks that participated in this section of the benchmarks said they have a fintech strategy. 

Asked about fintech staffing and organisation at their central banks, more than half (56%) of respondents said they have a dedicated fintech team. This rose to 67% among a subset of 21 central banks that said they have a fintech

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