The former deputy governor of Bank of Botswana talks about international capital flows, and the need for countercyclical policies and robust legal frameworks to secure long-term stability
Sarb governor talks about fight for independence and South Africa’s new "constitutionalist" president
Head of Sama discusses major changes being implemented in Saudi Arabia
De-dollarisation and lack of interbank market make forex intervention only real policy tool
Taiwan’s governor explains the benefits of pragmatic interventions
Head of reserves says political risks are more worrying than portfolio flows
Chinese central bank governor speaks about the pace and timing of reform
Safe director discusses five policy reforms as well as the long-term value of the renminbi
Interview: Prasarn Trairatvorakul
As George Milling-Stanley leaves his role as managing director, government affairs at the World Gold Council, he summarises gold market trends and its role in central banks' reserve portfolios
The outgoing vice chairman of the Federal Reserve Board has spent 40 years at the central bank. He tells Blair Baker about the significant evolution in policymaking he has witnessed and, latterly, overseen.
The managing director, government affairs at the World Gold Council discusses central banks' recent purchases of the precious metal
Heli Huhtala, the head of investments in the Banking Operations Department at the Bank of Finland, discusses how the crisis will change the thinking on central banks’ reserve-management strategies
Donghyun Park, a senior economist at the Asian Development Bank, discusses reserve management post-crisis and fostering demand in Asia
In an exclusive interview, the managing director of the Monetary Authority of Singapore discusses the impact of the financial crisis and how monetary and regulatory policies will change as a result
Berkeley economist Barry Eichengreen talks to CentralBanking.com on the IMF’s new role, reserve currencies and the future of economics as a science
Joseph Yam, the chief executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority discusses the global policy response to crisis, Hong Kong’s relationship with China and reserve management in Asia.
The Bank of Mexico governor and BIS chairman discusses central bank governance, monitoring systemic risk and why Mexico has managed to avoid a financial meltdown despite being hard hit by the crisis
Ib Hansen, head of the markets division at the Denmark’s National Bank, explains how reserve management policies will change as a result of the crisis, notably in the management of counterparty risk
Isabela Damaso, who manages the strategic risk function, and Márcio Ayrosa, head of the front office, explain how reserve management is changing at the central bank as a result of the unprecedented growth in reserves during 2007.
The major central banks have responded differently to the global financial and economic crisis, threatening a return to beggar-thyneighbour policies, Paul De Grauwe tells Malan Rietveld
Lars Heikensten explains why the world’s oldest central bank had to modernise
A re-equipped central bank is able to tackle mounting inflationary pressures in Argentina as the economy prospers, explains Martin redrado
In this exclusive interview, the deputy governor of the People’s Bank of China provides the background to the recent reform of its exchange rate system, the current monetary policy, China’s role in the international monetary system and its reserve…