Over half of all member banks, of which there are now 61 with the addition of two Israeli banks, will be able to settle in these two currencies straight away, CLS said.
Guillermo Ortiz and Stanley Fischer, governors of the central banks of Mexico and Israel respectively, expressed their pleasure at seeing the currencies join
- Podcast: San Fran Fed’s Daly on gender inequality in central banks
- Turkish central bank carries out emergency rate hike as currency falls
- Swift starts work on pan-European real-time payment connectivity pilot
- Dudley calls for ‘aggressive action’ on benchmark reforms
- Strike halts Australian banknote production