C Bank names another bank to manage forex reserves

BRAZIL - The Central Bank has named Credit Agricole Asset Management as one of the financial institutions that will manage part of the US$35.3 billion of the bank's foreign currency reserves.

The change will be implemented in November. Brazil, just like countries such as Bolivia and Norway, sends some of its reserves to banks on Wall Street in an attempt to leverage the gains, reduce risks and cut costs.

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