IT systems in smaller central banks

What is the difference between a large and small central bank today? From the perspective of scale of operations and available resources, the differences are significant. In terms of financial market operations, they are perhaps becoming less distinct. Although the priorities and responsibilities of central banks continue to differ, there is more common ground than ever with regard to basic functions and operational models.

In this increasingly independent and international environment

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