Mexican regulator clamps down on crypto asset activities with new legislation
Uncertainty around the assets’ use and regulation calls for further research, debate finds
Central bank study finds most financial institutions have reinforced security since 2016
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With regulators leveraging technological innovations to move towards informed, data‑driven decision‑making and automation, supervisory technology is attracting enhanced interest. Kimmo Soramäki and Phillip Straley examine how regulators are gaining…
Satisfying regulatory demands can be made cheaper and more straightforward via distributed ledger technology as regulatory reporting has a transformational effect on the regulatory value chain. Maciej Piechocki, Moritz Plenk and Noah Bellon of…
De La Rue explains how its data consultancy service, DLR Analytics, allows central banks to ensure notes in circulation are secure and durable, and offers value for money in spite of increasingly prominent alternative payment solutions. By facilitating…
Data centres are no longer equipped to handle the “uncontrollable” growth of data, Mohanty says
Panellists at the 14th annual FX Week Asia conference say the institutionalisation of crypto markets is gaining momentum
Juan José Echavarría reflects on collapse of neighbouring economy in interview with Central Banking
It is “essential” for financial institutions to have “agile and responsive” practices in place, deputy says
Regulator issues minimum standards for cyber security for payment system providers
Depositors might transfer funds to central bank accounts during financial stress, researcher says
Are global central banks ready to change their approach to cyber security and refocus on contingency planning?
“Tiber-EU” framework designed to help financial institutions toughen cyber defences
UK’s FCA unveils global network of 12 regulators that will collaborate on innovative technology
Disgruntled hackers are targeting central banks, whose cyber defences may not be up to the test
The global financial crisis sparked a far-ranging overhaul of the international architecture for financial regulation, coupled with a deep reflection around the fitness-for-purpose and effectiveness of supervisory efforts, writes Anne Leslie-Bini.
Regulatory technology could prove effective in improving data reporting and supervisory monitoring, but central banks have a long way to go to making this a reality, writes Joel Clark.
Main reason cited for owning bitcoin shifted from transactions to investment between 2016 and 2017
Move to central bank cryptocurrency would make Fed “overwhelming credit allocator” - researcher