The Bank for International Settlements Innovation Hub has recently reported on Phase 1 of its Project Ellipse. This is a proof of concept intended to examine the potential for insights-based and data-driven supervision using an integrated regulatory data and analytics platform.
In recent days the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has published a bumper crop of reports offering insights on aspects of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), in collaboration with a number of central banks.
The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Innovation Hub, the Reserve Bank of Australia, the Bank Negara Malaysia, the Monetary Authority of Singapore, and the South African Reserve Bank have announced that they will be collaborating to test the use of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) for international settlements.
The Financial Stability Institute (FSI) has published an Insights paper on ‘Stress-testing banks for climate change risk – a comparison of practices.’
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority (EIOPA) has published a Financial Stability Report examining key risks in the European insurance and pension sector.
Some of our readers may be interested in new research from the Financial Stability Institute (FSI) on the growing accountability regimes of banking supervisors.
Will future central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) transcend national borders – potentially easing current frictions in cross-border payments – or are they likely to remain strictly local?
What new challenges emerge from bigtech participation in financial services, and how should policy makers and regulators tackle them? Those are the questions considered in a new brief from the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) Financial Stability institute (FSI), ‘Big techs in finance: regulatory approaches and policy options.’
The BIS (Bank of International Settlements) has published a new report with the results of a 2020 survey on the use of big data by central banks.
The Bank for International Settlements’ Innovation Hub (BISIH) has a new work programme for 2020/21, its second full year, aiming to foster international collaboration among central banks on innovative financial technology.