Central Banking - Leaders in Reserve Management Services
Central Banking’s “Leaders in Reserve Management Service provides for the first time and in one place, a snapshot of what central bankers think of providers of reserve management services.<br />
Reserve management is changing.
The days of purely fixed income portfolios are over.
As central bankers look to new currencies, new products and new markets, the watchword is diversification.
Yet, with safety paramount and resources limited, they are understandably cautious.
They research the markets. The products. Their performance. They benchmark.
But, from a central bank’s perspective:
- Who’s best for fixed income?
- Who leads the field in custody services?
- Who has raised their game overall?
At a time of low yields, with increasing pressure to diversify, central bankers are increasingly looking to improve performance.
Central Banking’s Leaders in Reserve Management Services is a key tool in this.
It provides, for the first time and in one place, a snapshot of what central bankers think of providers of reserve management services.
Global. Timely. Anonymous.
For more than 20 years reserve managers have trusted Central Banking to provide information on what their sector is doing. They have trusted Central Banking with their sensitive, market-moving views. They continue to do so.
Now for the first time Central Banking is pleased to offer the first global view of the market for reserve management services.
To receive your copy of the report, please take a few moments to fill in the survey – there are 5 questions only.
The survey is completely anonymous and open to all central bankers.
Participants will be sent a copy of the summary of results on release in October.
The Central Banking FinTech & RegTech Global Supervisory Summit represents a unique platform where the global community of the senior official sector representatives with an active interest in FinTech, RegTech & SupTech can come together and share views and experiences in a confidential environment.
This year we will focus on investment challenges in a world of low returns; managing asset allocation, investment and the optimisation of balance sheets and portfolios; and changes to market structures and the implications for reserve managers.