Solid financial accounts can help central banks meet their mandates – CBP roundtable

The library at the Reform Club

The ninth CBP annual central bank working group roundtable was held at the Reform Club in London on October 25–26, 20121 to discuss the critical policy and operational issues arising from the confluence of monetary and macroeconomic policy, accounting and reporting standards – and changes in assets, liabilities and profit-sharing arrangements at central banks. The roundtable attracted a wide range of specialists from central banks around the world with the aim of helping to improve central banks

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