The IFF China Report 2019: The Belt and Road Initiative

Over the past five years, China has invested more than $70 billion in Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) countries, of which there are now in excess of 100. Leading Chinese and international policy-makers explain how BRI efforts are progressing. This section…

Balkan central banks agree on regulation framework

The central banks of six Balkan countries and Cyprus on Friday have agreed on a framework of regional cooperation to improve banking supervision, streamline operations and help fight money laundering and the financing of terrorism.

Jelasi: Serbia's "big strides" towards EU

In a speech on 29 June Radovan Jelasi, governor of the National Bank of Serbia, said "Serbia is taking big strides towards the European Union, standard of living is improving and there are ample professional challenges around."

Serbia concerned on central bank independence

The governor of the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) has expressed concern that the independence of the central bank has been 'seriously compromised,' according to a report by the Financial Times on Monday 20 November.

Jelasic on the NBS accomplishing its objectives

In the speech 'The National Bank of Serbia accomplishing its objectives' given on 10 October Radovan Jelasic of the National Bank of Serbia said the National Bank's activities, as well its efforts on its own transformation, have shown and proven that the…

NBS chief defends ex deputy

Serbian National Bank Governor Radovan Jelasic has told B92 TV that he does not want to believe that ex deputy governor Dejan Simic received bribes.

HP and CMA to deliver payment system to Montenegro

HP and CMA Small Systems AB announced on Friday 6 August that they will provide the Central Bank of Montenegro with a new automated inter-banking payment system, supporting Montenegro's economic momentum-building efforts.

Interview: Mladjan Dinkic

Yugoslavia’s speedy economic recovery from the Milosevic era has been achieved with a programme of radical reforms by a governor prepared to take risks. The governor discusses the implications of the creation of the new state union of Serbia and…

National Bank of Yugoslavia changes to Serbia

As the country of Yugoslavia becomes Serbia-Montenegro, the National Bank of Yugoslavia will become the National Bank of Serbia. Montenegro has already set up its own central bank but its responsibilities are mainly limited to bank supervision.

Serb payment reform to prompt new bank mergers

Yugoslavia will shift responsibility for payment systems in January 2003 to commercial banks and away from the state controlled central bank. The move towards a more competitive payment systems market is likely to prove a testing time for Serbia and…

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