Improving financial reporting

A central bank's accounting has traditionally been governed by its statute, and individual central banks have in many cases developed specific accounting policies and practices for the purposes of regular reporting to parliament. This reporting covers the annual stewardship of national assets (principally foreign exchange reserves), supervision of the banking system and money/note issue. However, the increasing complexity and integration of capital markets coupled with calls for more

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