Reserve Benchmarks 2022 report – dealing with old and new risks

The Reserve Benchmarks 2022 report highlights how central banks are managing their portfolios in order to preserve capital in a context of higher inflation. It details how the conflict in Ukraine and sanctions on the Bank of Russia have added geopolitical risks to the set of key concerns reserve managers consider when designing strategic asset allocations. Central banks have not yet developed a common view  as to how sanctions will affect the role of the US dollar as the main reserve currency.

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Reserve Benchmarks 2022 – presentation

Reserves specialist Victor Mendez-Barreira speaks about staffing and salaries, the inflation challenge, Bank of Russia sanctions, green investments, asset diversification, and reserve levels and liquidity lines


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