Atlanta Fed’s Larry Wall discusses stablecoins, reserve currencies and credit loss accounting
US banks get green light from senators to use loan loss accounting methods widely criticised following 2008 crisis
PBoC's Fan Yifei outlines why he favours indirect CBDC in China
Denmark’s top supervisor says scaling back IFRS 9 would be a costly error
Including CCPs in the Eurosystem may remove the need for them to seek a banking licence
Loss provisioning rules could worsen downturns and present issues for stress-testing, official says
The securities depository has debuted instant dollar settlement in central bank money outside the US
Repurchase agreements cost the Fed $6 billion in 2019, preliminary results show
Law change permits government to dip into central bank’s reserves
Banks and credit card companies to allow supervised third parties access to their customers’ accounts
Much depends on reform programme chosen by government, however
Proposed guidance for specific instruments by PSASB may have significant implications
Financial and institutional banking have undergone a transformational technological shift, meaning working in real time is increasingly commonplace. This is not the case for payments and settlement, which can still take days. Baton Systems explores how…
Daily processes large and small have seen a drastic shift of emphasis towards increased automation as evolving technology has permeated every aspect of people’s lives. Lars Schröder, senior engagement manager at SkySparc, explores the impact of…
Nearly $25 billion transferred to government as long-awaited Jalan report is submitted
“Innovation BIS 2025” envisages broader research agenda and new channels of co-operation
Events that impact markets have made it crucial to build resilient portfolios that are aware of downside risks. BlackRock explores the importance of protection in downturn scenarios for reserve managers.
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Located at the start of the Maritime Silk Road, the Guangdong–Hong Kong–Macau Greater Bay Area seeks to harness advanced technology and green finance to catch up with the economically advanced bay areas of New York, San Francisco and Tokyo.
Central bank will use platform to promote use of bank accounts and electronic payments
Fund faces eighth year with its budget unchanged in real terms
Reform of the financial system that brought about the 2007–08 financial crisis has not gone far enough and advanced and emerging market economies must find a more co-operative way forward to ensure globalisation can continue.
Hong Kong’s advantages in technology, talent and infrastructure make it best placed to form the primary transaction and risk management network for the overseas offshore renminbi market, argues Zhou Chengjun, IFF Academic Committee member and deputy…
Finance minister asks for five-fold increase to central bank’s capital to pay for new responsibilities