Over half of central banks have a chief risk officer

Most have a risk management committee

Just over half of central banks have a chief risk officer (CRO), the Risk Management Benchmarks 2022 reveal. 

Thirty officials participating in the benchmarks gave details about their risk governance structure. In total, 55% said their central bank has a CRO. Most (83%) have a risk management committee. 

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BEHIND THE DATA: Risk management governance structures vary between central banks, and some are at various stages of development. One central banker from an institution in the

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