Emerging markets central banks maintain lead in portfolio tranching

European institutions are less likely to implement this strategy

Emerging markets central banks remain the institutions most likely to structure their reserves portfolios into sub-portfolios, or tranches, focused on liquidity or investment objectives.

According to the Reserve Benchmarks 2022, over 91% of central banks of upper-middle, lower-middle and low income countries report implementing tranching. The share of total participants is over 69%.

This represents a continuation of the trend first identified by Central Banking’s Reserve Benchmarks 2020. Back

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