May 17, 2023
Over the past 40 years, income inequality within countries has risen inexorably. A book by BIS authors explains why this has profound implications for the design of macroeconomic stabilisation policies.
Apr 27, 2023
In a speech, Agustín Carstens argues that central banks need to think big to reap the greatest benefits from innovation. He discusses the options with Sopnendu Mohanty, Chief Fintech Officer of the Monetary Authority of Singapore. Read the speech here: https://www.bis.org/speeches/sp230222.htm
Apr 13, 2023
How did the 2022 turmoil in the crypto market affect small, retail investors compared with large or insider investors? Was there any spillover to traditional financial markets? Jon Frost, Head of Economics for the Americas, and Giulio Cornelli, Senior Financial Market Analyst, provide some answers based on their recent...
Apr 4, 2023
Andrew McCormack, Head, BIS Innovation Hub Singapore Centre, discusses Project Nexus, a blueprint for connecting multiple national payment systems into a cross-border network that could enable international payments to happen almost instantaneously. He talks about the successful completion of Phase II, which...
Mar 24, 2023
Global green financing has grown 100 times over the past decade. And yet, it is still surrounded by considerable controversy – why is it so? Bank of France’s Jean Boissinot – a leading expert of green finance in the central bank community – explains what green finance can (and cannot) do for environmental...