The Network for Greening the Financial System aims to bring about fundamental change. The central bankers who created it made a strong start but face serious challenges.
Equity market volatility in Q4 2018 could reduce policy rate path by 50bp, says researcher
The experiences of China’s opening-up and reform during the past 40 years, which includes a transition from an agricultural economy to one seeking to offer high-end manufacturing and services, offer valuable lessons to other nations seeking to pursue…
Author’s sensible goal of “respectable banking” is admirable, but recommendations would not all help to achieve this
Public protector calls for central bank to drop defence of rand value
More national central banks may be appointed later, ECB says
Deutsche Bank, State Street and others to help spur credit creation in eurozone
Benoît Coeuré outlines Europe’s ‘fundamental choice’ in interview with Risk magazine
Continued un-coordinated regulation of the ABS market is unnecessary says ECB board member
BoE, ECB suggest set of principles to judge 'qualifying securitisations'
ECB may need new asset-backed securities rules before it can start QE
Addressing the Ifo Institute in Munich, ECB executive board member Yves Mersch said asset-backed securities have a bad reputation but a role to play in the European economic recovery
IMF encourages the ECB to cut interest rates and launch a new round of long-term low-interest loans to buy more time for eurozone banks and legislators
Observers think incentivising of SME loan ABS could be precursor for an SME-targeted long-term refinancing operation
ECB changes rules on acceptable collateral to include asset-backed securities with two single A ratings; haircuts on ABS are also cut
Basel proposals would kill European market, banks warn – and some regulators sympathise