Interview/Regulation

Reducing the regulatory burden

Former Federal Reserve Bank of New York senior vice-president Kenneth Lamar discusses risk‑based reporting, its challenges and whether fintech will help reduce the regulatory burden

Interview: Andrew Tyrie

The chairman of the UK’s Treasury Select Committee talks to Claire Jones about the future of financial regulation, why he’s a sceptic on Basel and reining in a more powerful Bank of England

Interview: Agustín Carstens

The governor of the Bank of Mexico tells Claire Jones about how the central bank is improving its capacity to safeguard financial stability

Interview: Andrew Haldane

The executive director for financial stability at the Bank of England talks to Robert Pringle about lessons from the crisis, the macroprudential toolkit, links between monetary policy and financial stability, and whether the banking industry needs to be…

Interview: Gill Marcus

The governor of the South African Reserve Bank talks to Ramya Jaidev about some of the challenges central bankers are facing both in South Africa and around the world.

Interview: Donald Kohn

Blair Baker talked to Donald Kohn on 9 July about his career at the Federal Reserve, monetary policy, the crisis and the future of financial regulation.

Interview: Gill Marcus

The governor of the South African Reserve Bank tells CentralBanking.com why reforms can’t be rushed and discusses the role of central banks within society

Interview: Howard Davies

The founding chairman of the UK Financial Services Authority discusses Britain’s new regulatory architecture, weaknesses in the European Central Bank’s voting arrangements, and how inflation targets need to change

Interview: Heng Swee Keat

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

Interview: William Isaac

The former chairman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation tells Robert Pringle that procyclical accounting and capital rules lie at the heart of the crisis

Basel Committee's Praet on the crisis

Justin Keay spoke with the executive director of the National Bank of Belgium (responsible for international cooperation and stability) about the regulatory implications of the current financial crisis

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