Central Banking Awards 2016

The Central Banking Awards 2016 recognise outstanding performance by public officials at central banks and market practitioners around the world.

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Governor of the Year: Erdem Başçı

Erdem Başçı has guided the Turkish central bank through a turbulent period marked by policy spillovers from advanced economies, political interference at home and conflict in the Middle East

Lifetime achievement award: Zeti Akhtar Aziz

Zeti has played a crucial role in efforts to modernise Malaysia’s financial system, and has worked tirelessly to promote Islamic finance, financial inclusion and South-east Asian integration.

Economics in central banking: John Taylor

The Stanford University professor wins this year's economics award for work in designing a global 'rules of the game', at a time when many central banks are demanding deeper co-operation

Transparency award: Bank of Israel

Bank of Israel has improved its already strong communications by holding press events after monetary policy announcements, releasing new financial stability reports and introducing forward guidance

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