RBI shuns foreign investors and derivatives in favour of structural ALM, says former deputy governor

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Central banks need to identify risk items related to the interaction of sovereign debt management, reserves management and monetary policy, and study their vulnerabilities in stress situations on a broad macro-economic basis, if they want to perform successful asset and liability management (ALM) on a national basis, according to Shyamala Gopinath, a former deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI).

Gopinath told delegates attending National Asset-Liability Management Asia 2012 in

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