Central Banking Awards 2022

The winners of the 2022 Central Banking Awards

The Central Banking Awards 2022 recognise excellence in a community that had faced significant policy and operational challenges amid uneven economic recovery and inflationary pressures in the second year since the Covid-19 outbreak. Many institutions have also made significant improvements in their technology, governance, operations, communications, economics, currency, reserves and market infrastructure capabilities.

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Governor of the year: Mario Marcel

Chile’s governor has expertly navigated a third currency crisis in two years, amid wider EM stress and political volatility, while bolstering the central bank’s capabilities

Reserve manager: Central Bank of the UAE

The Middle Eastern institution approved a new investment policy, allowing it to diversify into new asset classes and, for the first time, allocate part of its portfolio to external managers

Global markets: HSBC

The bank’s long-term commitment to clients and its wide range of expertise shone in 2021 as central banks navigated the aftermath of the Covid-19 shock

Advisory services: Kroll

The US firm shed light on the ‘missing banknotes’ scandal in Liberia, and is now working with the central bank to overhaul its cash operations

Technology services: SAP

The software company pulled off a high-stakes ‘big-bang’ launch of a new core banking system for the Saudi Central Bank

Payment services: CMA

The Swedish payments firm is well known as a provider of core infrastructure for central banks, and is now a key player in a new payment system linking the Arab world and beyond

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