Riksbank asks BIS to establish innovation hub in Sweden

Sveriges Riksbank
Benjamin Horn

Sveriges Riksbank wants the Bank for International Settlements to open an innovation hub in Sweden, the central bank said on January 23.

“The Riksbank considers that a BIS innovation hub could provide a positive contribution to Sweden and our neighbouring area remaining in the forefront with regard to research and analysis of technical financial services,” said the central bank in a statement.

In 2017, the Swedish central bank started the e-krona project, a pioneering exercise to study the

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