Nalm 2013: Sound central bank risk practices could choke off liquidity


Central banks are facing much stronger demands on their reserve management capabilities as balance sheets swell, collateral quality falls and counterparties become riskier, according to panellists speaking at the second day of Central Banking's National Asset Liability Management (Nalm) 2013 conference in London.

The panel brought together Sophie Faber, head of risk control at the Swiss National Bank (SNB), Anne Marie McKiernan, head of the organisational risk division at the Central Bank of

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