Central Bank of Brazil sets out agenda for 2017

Brazilian regulator sets out aims for 2017, placing emphasis on financial education

The Central Bank of Brazil will aim to establish both technical and operational autonomy in 2017, according to its structural agenda for next year, published on December 20.

Based around four core pillars, the aims set out by the central bank have been published on an interactive page on its website, allowing users to see deadlines for policy implementation while learning more about how the bank will implement the reforms.

Alongside improved governance and financial stability, the central bank

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