BIS chief speaks about policy trade-offs at a critical time, tech collaboration, tackling NBFIs and the dearth of ‘green’ assets
Triffin’s story is well told by Maes, whose extensive personal and academic research shines through
Paul Fisher, fellow at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and senior adviser for Oliver Wyman, discusses how central banks can act to contribute to mitigating and adapting to climate change, and identifies some worthwhile interventions.
Moyo offers insights into the skills required to be a valued board director
Kenneth Rogoff weighs up the many challenges facing central banks in the years ahead
The review process represents operational best practice, but will fail to unify the Governing Council
Reformed framework may allow greater stimulus to tackle weak inflation expectations, but Governing Council is already divided
Having worked on its Digital Currency Management System since 2016, Bitt has launched the first synthetic CBDC in Barbados, followed by another first in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union in March this year, with more ahead
BNP Paribas asks, in a world challenged by the Covid‑19 pandemic and empowered by recovery from it, what’s next for the central banking sector? Also discussing how banks and central banks can collaborate to encourage sustainable growth and build a better…
Deeper reforms may be needed to avoid stretching central banks’ balance sheets to breaking point
Central Banking explores the impact the addition of the renminbi to the SDR basket has had on internationalising the Chinese currency; central bank reserve managers share their views on including the renminbi in their portfolios; and we take a look at…
Book includes meticulous exploration of detailed regulations across Chinese fintech sector, but risks missing bigger picture
Chinese central bank digital currency has the potential to boost the renminbi’s internationalisation further, but only if international investors have access.
A timely introduction to and accessible survey of payment system developments
Aspects of the framework raise challenges for implementation and credibility, while climate change inclusion may politicise the institution
Reserve managers see potential in the renminbi and expect the International Monetary Fund to increase its weighting at the next special drawing rights reassessment
Bank of China (Hong Kong) highlights the importance of opening up the onshore renminbi (RMB) foreign exchange market and improving the development of offshore RMB FX markets
Focus is needed on widening SDR use in payments, to support a large allocation of ‘official’ IMF SDRs
Tony Sio, Nasdaq’s head of marketplace regulatory technology, explains the role market surveillance tools play in central banks’ suptech portfolios.
Danish FSA chief Jesper Berg says there is a need to think ‘outside the box’ on corrupt money
Central banks face multi-faceted challenges and weakened autonomy amid highly polarised inflation expectations
Governor Abdullahi discusses payments systems and reviving Somalia’s war-damaged economy
EU must address significant weaknesses if it wants to combat illicit money flows, write Panicos Demetriades and Radosveta Vassileva
Deputy general manager highlights the challenge posed by radical uncertainty, the benefits of carbon budgeting, and the case for acting now