Central Banking

CPMI adds three new members

The CPMI secretariat is based at the Bank for International Settlements in Basel

The Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures has added three new members, marking the first change in membership since 2009.

The central banks of Argentina, Indonesia and Spain are joining the committee, the CPMI said in a statement today (March 19).

“CPMI membership is now better aligned with the global regulatory framework and other standard-setters,” the CPMI says. “The committee covers 86% of the world economy and 63% of its population.”

The CPMI now comprises 28 member

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