US not as well placed as UK to tackle another crisis, says former Fed vice-chair
Donald Kohn speaks about why he has few policy regrets
Minutes offer new evidence on turbulent period
The Bank of Greece is to establish a group to study the economic impact of climate change.
The European Commission's planned overhaul of the European Union's financial architecture is a historic step forward, said George Provopoulos, the governor of the Bank of Greece.
In 2000, Sir Eddie George, the former governor of the Bank of England who died at the weekend, spoke on the Bank's then new-found independence and the loss of its supervisory function
Eddie George, governor of the Bank of England from 1993 to 2003, died of cancer Saturday, aged 70.
Britain's main opposition party has indicated that it will review the Bank of England's inflation target if it comes to power.
George Soros, one of the world's most renowned hedge-fund managers, has called on G20 leaders to endorse the reallocation of rich country's SDR quotas with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Jacques de Larosiere and David Dodge are to head a private-sector-sponsored international monitoring group tasked with assessing risk and fostering stability.
A report commissioned by the opposition Conservative Party in the United Kingdom has suggested that the tripartite system for financial stability, involving the Bank of England, the Treasury and the Financial Services Authority (FSA) has failed and…
Hank Paulson, the US treasury secretary, has called for Congress to hand over the remainder of the $700 billion in taxpayer funds allocated to the Troubled Asset Relief Plan (Tarp). Paulson's pleas followed news that George W. Bush, the US president,…
The Bank of Papua New Guinea has altered its management structure in a bid to enhance efficiency.
An enhanced Financial Stability Forum (FSF) should regulate the most important financial institutions, the global banking industry has said.
The Bank of England will likely cut rates by a full percentage point on Thursday, some leading City of London economists believe.
The Bank of Canada on Monday reorganised its senior management structure to better safeguard stability and improve its research capability.
The House of Representatives, the lower house of the US Congress, has backed a revised version of the Treasury's $700 billion plan to tackle the financial crisis.
British headline inflation rose to 3.8% in the year to June, its highest level since 1992.
UK mortgage costs hit an eight-year high at the end of June despite the Bank of England's key rate remaining at 5%, its lowest level for more than two years.
Lord Edward George, a former governor of the Bank of England and a director at the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), believes that Northern Rock's management was responsible for the collapse of the mortgage lender.
George Provopoulos, the favourite to succeed Nicholas Garganas at the helm of the Bank of Greece, has resigned as chief executive of Piraeus Bank.
George Soros, the billionaire financier, urged central bankers and regulators to tackle asset-price bubbles in spite of the difficulties in identifying them.
As was widely expected, both the European Central Bank (ECB) and the Bank of England left rates on hold on Thursday.
Nicholas Garganas, the governor of the Bank of Greece, will retire when his first term ends in June.