Central bank models fail to appreciate demand-side secular stagnation
The explosive growth of big tech companies in China offers important lessons
Can central banks avoid a ‘big tech’ monetary meltdown?
Secured interbank markets not bounded by ECB’s deposit facility rate, results show
Collateral value affects hiring decisions by small businesses, authors find
BIS quarterly review highlights new peaks in negative-yielding debt and examines CLO risks
Central banks face credibility tests on a number of fronts
Liquidity assistance in a resolution will “never” be a long-term solution, Torbjørn Hægeland says
Their size may determine optimal tax levels to address credit imbalances
Trading by bank customers could be a potential indicator of future crisis, researcher says
Over the past decade, the financial crisis, globalisation and technological changes have driven uncertainty and brought about drastic changes for central banks. Vermeg‘s Yamen Bousrih explores the importance of having a consolidated, coherent and…
Canada is preparing to replace its unusual high-value payment system with a new generation
Higher capital requirements can make banks demand more collateral, authors find
Dutch company won high-profile tender for Eurosystem Collateral Management System
Chinese central bank intervenes to manage offshore renminbi rate
Scale, growth and lending standards similar to pre-crisis subprime lending, BoE reports
Strong lending relationships can insulate a firm during booms and busts
Central banks may be mispricing assets due to climate change risk, paper argues
Suggested new regime could lead to significant national differences within EU, ECB says
Changes should put assignments under one legal jurisdiction, not three, ECB says
This first Central Banking journal focus report on risk-based supervision analyses how central banks, financial regulators and financial institutions can streamline efforts to meet onerous new regulatory and supervisory data requirements.
Central Banking convened a panel of experts to discuss how central banks and other authorities are making use of new risk-based assessment techniques to remain ahead of the fintech curve.
China is focusing greater effort in tackling the build-up of risks in its banking and financial system, while also seeking to ensure credit is more effectively distributed in the real economy. At the same time it is has embraced fintech but policymakers…