Bank for International Settlements

All Photos Twitter.com
Today @HyunSongShin discussed the post-pandemic financial landscape and the role of non-bank financial intermediaries at @SHouseofFinance #NBFI #FinancialStability bit.ly/3mpoX9X
Coming up soon: @HyunSongShin speaks about non-bank financial intermediaries in the post-pandemic landscape at @SHouseofFinance. #NBFI #FinancialStability bit.ly/3mpoX9X
“Green and digital are not only interconnected but interdependent,” says #BISInnovationHub head Benoît Cœuré @BCoeure at the launch of Project Genesis, a joint experiment with @hkmagovhk combining #blockchain, smart contracts, #IoT, and #digitalassets. bit.ly/3BljyVR
The #BISInnovationHub, Hong Kong Monetary Authority @hkmagovhk and private sector joined forces on Project Genesis to explore the tokenisation of green bonds enabling small-denomination investment with real-time tracking of environmental impact. Read more: bit.ly/3jbfEsc
Genesis, the #BISInnovationHub first green finance project, jointly with @hkmagovhk and private tech firms, will explore the use of #blockchain and #IoT to improve the transparency of green investments and make them more accessible to small investors. bit.ly/3BljyVR
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Enrique Mendoza, professor of economics at @Penn and co-editor of the Journal of International Economics, as the Alexandre Lamfalussy Senior Research Fellow for 2021. Welcome! bit.ly/2W8Y1AJ
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Enrique Mendoza, professor of economics at @Penn and co-editor of the Journal of International Economics, as the Alexandre Lamfalussy Senior Research Fellow for 2021. Welcome! bit.ly/2W8Y1AJ
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Enrique Mendoza, professor of economics at @Penn and co-editor of the Journal of International Economics, as the Alexandre Lamfalussy Senior Research Fellow for 2021. Welcome! bit.ly/2W8Y1AJ
@BIS_org’s da Silva: “Banks must make the post-pandemic recovery as green as possible” Watch the full interview at: bit.ly/3sBwx2s bit.ly/3sBwx2s
Retweeted by Bank for International Settlements
Corporate #CreditLosses have been low since the start of #Covid19 but their future evolution is uncertain, find Mikael Juselius (@SuomenPankki) and Nikola Tarashev (@BIS_org) in their joint paper. 1/ Read the latest Bank of Finland Economic Review. helda.helsinki.fi/bof/bitstream/…
Retweeted by Bank for International Settlements
CB speech: Christopher Kent (AU): Updates to the FX Global Code - bis.org/review/r210820…
ICYMI: Carolyn Rogers: Banks disproportionately impacted by the final #BaselIII reforms, and by the capital floor, are likely benefiting disproportionately from the gaps the reforms aim to fix – and are those that most need to implement them bis.org/speeches/sp210…
ICYMI: Carolyn Rogers in the @ecb Supervision Newsletter: A key objective of the #BaselIII output floor is to ensure a level playing field among global banks by making sure capital ratios are comparable bis.org/speeches/sp210…
ICYMI: “I don’t see Basel III as a burden - I see a compelling case to get it done.” Carolyn Rogers, Secretary General of the #BaselCommittee, discusses why #BaselIII should be implemented sooner rather than later in the @ecb August Supervision Newsletter bis.org/speeches/sp210…
The NGFS now consists of 9⃣5⃣ members and 1⃣5⃣ observers. A warm welcome to @FSC_Korea / Financial Supervisory Service, @SrbNarodnabanka, @USOCC and the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures @BIS_org! ▶ See our membership: ngfs.net/en/about-us/me…
Retweeted by Bank for International Settlements
What’s the case for implementing Basel III according to Carolyn Rogers, Secretary General of the Basel Committee @BIS_org? Was the ECB’s dividend recommendation effective? How do banks manage climate risk? Read more in the Supervision Newsletter bankingsupervision.europa.eu/press/supervis…
Retweeted by Bank for International Settlements
Research shows unusual divergence between corporate #CreditLosses in a baseline scenario, which drive bank provisions, and losses in plausible high-loss scenarios, which drive capital decisions #CreditRisk bit.ly/3yX7IjE
Credit risk forecasts should provide information about both corporate losses in a baseline scenario and the potential for extreme outcomes #CreditLosses #CreditRisk bit.ly/3yX7IjE
High indebtedness, built up when the pandemic impaired economic activity, means that strong deviations from a baseline #CreditLosses scenario, with ballooning #CorporateInsolvencies, may lie ahead #CreditRisk #Covid19 bit.ly/3yX7IjE
Daily and monthly data for effective exchange rate indices, US dollar exchange rates and central bank policy rates bis.org/statistics/ind…
CB speech: Jerome H Powell (US): Welcoming remarks –"A Virtual Teacher and Student Town Hall Meeting" - bis.org/review/r210818…
Join us on Thursday for our Build Back Better 5 webinar. We will be joined by Governor Dr. Reza Baqir @StateBank_Pak and Tara Rice, Head of Secretariat Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures @BIS_org Register here: us02web.zoom.us/webinar/regist…
Retweeted by Bank for International Settlements
CB speech: Mahesh Kumar Jain (IN): Building a more resilient financial system in India through governance improvements - bis.org/review/r210817…
📆 14-15 September 📍 Paris Statistics for Sustainabl#Financece, International Conference 🎤 organized @banquedefrancenc@bundesbankank & t@BIS_orgorg Irving Fisher Committee on Central Bank Statistics (IFC). Register herebit.ly/3yTS9JLD#BdFecoe#EconTwittertQsm
Retweeted by Bank for International Settlements
#PrivateEquity investors boost target companies’ #Exports by mitigating their financial constraints and raising productivity, according to UK data bis.org/publ/work961.h…
Following #PrivateEquity #Buyouts, targets are likely to increase their #Exports relative to other, similar companies, according to UK data bis.org/publ/work961.h…
🎙️ From zombie firms trudging through the Covid-19 economy to gender diversity in#CentralBankingg, the BISness podcast brings you the latest on monetary & financial policy and key issues facing the global economy#EconomicPodcastt#BISnessPodcasttpodcasts.apple.com/podcast/bisnes…Aq
ICYMI: Agustín Carstens discussed the risks to the recovery from Covid-19, early policy response lessons and the challenges ahead in a @YPFSatYale along with @benbernanke, @Tharman_S, Masaaaki Shirakawa and Tim Geithner. Watch the discussion: bit.ly/3jNtVuq
Thanks to @YPFSatYale for the great discussion: Policy Lessons-The Big Picture. Agustín Carstens said one early lesson from the Covid-19 crisis is that “there can be large synergies” between #MonetaryPolicies and fiscal and prudential policies. bit.ly/3xGr4Z0
Coming up at 9:35 am EDT, Agustín Carstens joins @benbernanke, @Tharman_S, Masaaaki Shirakawa and Tim Geithner to talk about lessons from the Covid-19 crisis and what lies ahead for policy makers. @YPFSatYale Watch it live: bit.ly/3jNtVuq
Time to dress up: #GSIBs pull several levers to lower their regulatory scores at year-end. The compression of #OTCDerivatives, intra-financial system assets and liabilities has intensified over recent years and could weigh on market functioning bis.org/publ/work960.h…
Honey, I shrunk the balance sheet: major banks drive down the scores that supervisors rely on to identify systemically important firms and to calibrate capital requirements at year-end, potentially unlocking sizeable capital relief #GSIBs #BaselIII bit.ly/3lYa91Q
In response to the pandemic, most BIS staff had to adapt to remote work. The shift was abrupt, but also had some positive consequences, as highlighted in our Annual Report: bis.org/about/areport/…
🎙️Since 2019, our#BISnesss podcast has been bringing you insights on monetary and financial policy and key issues facing the global economy, from#GreenFinancee to#BankingRegulationnopen.spotify.com/show/2rEADEPRP…Ui
CB speech: T Rabi Sankar (IN): Central bank digital currency - is this the future of money - bis.org/review/r210811…
Don’t miss it: on Thursday, Agustín Carstens discusses early lessons from the Covid-19 crisis with @benbernanke, @Tharman_S, Masaaaki Shirakawa and Tim Geithner at @YPFSatYale. Watch it here: bit.ly/3jNtVuq
CORRECTED - The #Covid19 #Pandemic led to an average global output loss of 6.5% in 2020, with highly dispersed outcomes across #Economies. Quick recovery should narrow the accumulated losses to about 4% by the end of this year bit.ly/3CCixKa
CORRECTION - The corrected figure for average global output loss due to the pandemic in 2020 is 6.5%
#Vaccinations are critical for saving lives without sacrificing livelihoods. But with ongoing virus mutations, there is a race against time #Covid19 bit.ly/3CCixKa
The #Covid19 #Pandemic led to an average global output loss of 8% in 2020, with highly dispersed outcomes across #Economies. Quick recovery should narrow the accumulated losses to about 4% by the end of this year bit.ly/3CCixKa
In a world more exposed to negative tail events, assessing relative risk based only on volatility is insufficient. A model-based assessment of the benefits and channels of #RiskSharing must take account of tail risks #FinancialIntegration bit.ly/3ArKWkn
Financial isolationism is detrimental in a world with heightened risk of foreign crises. Sharing risk with countries more prone to disasters raises safer countries' welfare through improved relative asset and goods prices #FinancialIntegration #RiskSharing bit.ly/3ArKWkn
The BIS is often dubbed the “central banks’ bank” because it provides financial services to about 180 central banks, monetary authorities and international organisations worldwide. Find out more in our Annual Report bis.org/about/areport/…
CB speech: Benjamin E Diokno (PH): Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSME) - bis.org/review/r210809…
CB speech: Benjamin E Diokno (PH): Empowerment of persons with disabilities through digital financial inclusion - bis.org/review/r210809…
CB speech: Elvira Nabiullina (RU): Speech at International Financial Congress - bis.org/review/r210809…
CB speech: Jens Weidmann (DE): Monetary policy and the role of central banks – an outlook - bis.org/review/r210809…
CB speech: Philip Lowe (AU): Opening statement to the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics - bis.org/review/r210809…
Twiends™ uses the Twitter™ API, displays it's logo & trademarks, and is not endorsed or certified by them. These items remain the property of Twitter. We do not sell followers, we only provide display advertising. Bots & fake accounts are not permitted on twiends. © 2009
Grow Your Twitter Free
Want To Grow Your Twitter?
We help other people find and follow you on Twitter.
Key Info:
Started in 2009
Over 6 million signups
Country targeting provided
We never auto tweet to your timeline
We never auto follow others
We actively moderate our community
Please Share
Please upgrade your browser  chrome