The Bank for International Settlements analyses the international monetary, prudential and fiscal responses to Covid-19 in its annual economic report.
The Bank for International Settlements says rapid reshaping of payment services requires central banks to keep evolving as they support the safety and integrity of the payment system.
Everything from snaring capital for superannuation to supporting start-ups in health, energy and space is on the table for imaginative policymakers.
The Green Paper on Operation Rebound maps an NT reboot, backed by a squad of bankers, policymakers, community leaders, retired politicians, and oil and gas executives.
Technological advancement is leading to greater efficiency, but also increased risks of cyber attacks, the Bank for International Settlements has found.
Global coordination, insurance schemes and redefining risk pricing will all play a part in mitigating the global threats of Covid-19 and climate change, the Bank for International Settlements argues.
The deep dive into home loan pricing sends a clear signal to the big players to reduce their reliance on side deals.
Fintech can unlock basic banking for billions of people but BIS and the World Bank are worried new threats will outpace regulators.
Climate change and risk disclosure are under continued scrutiny as ASIC drills into corporate finance compliance.
The latest RBA Financial Stability Review is far from routine as Australia’s regulators, banks and insurers absorb Covid-19 shock.
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