Atiur Rahman demands authorities tackle maturity mismatch in financial sector

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Atiur Rahman, governor of Bangladesh Bank

The Bangladesh authorities must tackle the maturity mismatch in the country's financial sector by creating greater incentives for long-term saving, Bangladesh Bank governor Atiur Rahman says in the forthcoming issue of the Central Banking journal. He also wants to see the development of market-based mechanisms to help manage risks in the financial system.

Rahman, writing in a personal capacity, identifies the "inadequate" supply of medium- and long-term financing as one of the main challenges

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