Facebook-backed consortium still has more than 3 billion customers in its sights
Bank of Ghana governor says Ghana is unlikely to join eco anytime soon
RBNZ gains new governance board and formal financial stability remit
Widespread tax evasion can undermine austerity plans imposed by donors, argue researchers
Insight and perspectives from the world's leaders, premier policy-makers and financiers
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.
Apollo tool uses data based on past misconduct cases to spot suspicious patterns
Maltese Financial Services Authority needs better funding and more independence – IMF board
Fintech pioneer has strong monetary policy, financial stability and supervisory record
Governor Mangudya says investigation absolves of any wrongdoing
RBNZ urges government to grant regulators sufficient powers to address conduct risk
Barroso’s inaction hurt the ECB and emboldened other governments, claims former CBC governor
Six-member committee will rule on contested enforcement cases
Around 97% of retail depositors will be paid in full, the central bank 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.
The raft of new rules imposed on regulated financial institutions in the aftermath of the global financial crisis has a huge compliance cost. Could artificial intelligence offer efficiency gains?
The Guangdong–Hong Kong–Macao Great Bay Area represents an effort to co-ordinate development to create globally competitive city clusters at the start of the Maritime Silk Road in southern China. These efforts are focussed in particular on innovation,…
US Treasury alleges bank laundered billions of dollars and had links to North Korea
Veteran regulator says international standards may be wrong medicine for emerging markets
Making them available offshore goes against foreign exchange rules, says Bank Negara Malaysia
Allan Meltzer explains why he is worried about union by back door; first published in November 1997
Unconventional tool can help distinguish whether accounts are misleading or inaccurate
US central bank finds fault with banking giant’s AML function