Bangladesh Bank governor vows to speed up reforms


Reforms across every aspect of the Bangladeshi Bank supervisory system, from the IT architecture to liquidity risk monitoring, were the subject of a speech by the governor of the Bangladesh Bank, Atiur Rahman, delivered on March 19.

Speaking about the nature of the reforms required, the governor said: "The old assumptions, old certainties old procedures just aren't sufficient any more. There are risks and vulnerabilities in our own banking sector, and we have to work to uncover these risks and

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