Central Banking’s ‘Leaders’ for custody, banking and gold

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In a protracted environment of low yields, an ongoing tariff dispute between the US and China, weak growth and political instability in Europe, volatile commodity prices and capital outflows from emerging economies, ensuring reserve management strategies generate a return has rarely been more difficult for central banks.

At the same time, technology transformation is rapidly changing the financial services landscape, making it easier for central banks to understand the real-time risks

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