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Lender of last resort regimes must improve in wake of Credit Suisse

Lender of last resort regimes must improve in wake of Credit Suisse

Important lessons for international central banks ...
Commentaries
Video
March FOMC meeting outcomes

March FOMC meeting outcomes

Randal Quarles, former vice-chair of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors and former chair of ...
Podcast
Financial stability outlook: risks and resilience

Financial stability outlook: risks and resilience

Pedro Duerte Neves, adviser for the board of directors and former vice governor of Banco ...
AFME-OMFIF European financial integration conference

AFME-OMFIF European financial integration conference

28 May 2024
AFME and OMFIF are joining forces again to bring their expertise in European capital markets, ...
The last mile: financial vulnerabilities and risks

The last mile: financial vulnerabilities and risks

29 May 2024
The International Monetary Fund’s latest Global Financial Stability report suggests that financial conditions have eased ...
Global Public Investor 2024 launch

Global Public Investor 2024 launch

4 June 2024
With inflation and interest rates now having peaked, will global public investors move back to ...
Challenges and prospects of Argentina's stabilisation programme

Challenges and prospects of Argentina’s stabilisation programme

5 June 2024
Argentina is at a critical juncture in its economic policy-making. Vladimir Werning, deputy governor of ...
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The future of public money

Following OMFIF’s project with EY on Blockchain for public finance management, this year we focus on the future of public money. Against a backdrop of constrained public finances globally, we examine how public money could be spent better through improved institutional structures and harnessing the power of technology.

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