BIS to launch ‘innovation hub’ – Carstens

New medium-term strategy focuses on technology and other innovations

Agustín Carstens

The Bank for International Settlements is launching an “innovation hub” as part of a broader medium-term strategy.

General manager Agustín Carstens outlined some of the proposals at a conference hosted in Basel on March 12. He said the organisation would be creating initiatives “to better understand the implications of technological developments”.

“We plan to establish a multidisciplinary Innovation Hub at the BIS in order to foster collaboration in innovation-related work, as well as a new

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