Fewer central banks have a centralised risk unit

Share of institutions deploying this structure falls from 66% to 48.5%

Fewer central banks are implementing a centralised risk management strategy to address risk management, according to data from Central Banking’s Risk Management Benchmarks 2023.

The share of participants that report having a centralised risk management unit declined from 66% last year to 48.5% now. There were strong differences in approach between those central banks sampled in the Asia-Pacific region and Europe, with four fifths of Asian central banks adopting a centralised approach versus

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