Caribbean central banks look for common approach to fintech

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The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago is working with other central banks in the Caribbean to develop a common framework to regulate crypto assets.

A Caribbean Fintech Working Group has been established by the region’s central bank governors, the central bank said in its latest Financial Stability Report.

“The working group is currently undertaking research towards developing a common framework” for regulating crypto assets, the report said.

The group has started work by surveying the

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