Two-thirds of central banks report profit in last fiscal year

Few institutions seek recapitalisation and technological advancement for operational goals

The majority of the central banks participating in the Governance Benchmarks 2024 posted a profit in the past fiscal year.

Twenty-seven (65.9%) of 41 central banks says they reported a profit. However, 14 (34.1%) respondents say they did not.

In a separate question, over nine-tenths (91.1%) of 45 central banks say that they have the resources they need to carry out their operations. Among those that do not report sufficient resourcing, some say their institutions need recapitalisation or support

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