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Central Bank Directory 2016

Edited By Martina Horáková and Emma Glass

Overview

Complete, clear and concise – all the information you need on central banks in a simple and easy-to-use format.

Now in its 26th year, the ProgressSoft Corporation/Central Bank Directory 2016, is the only single source of detailed contact information for more than 4,500 senior central bankers and their institutions.

For over a quarter of a century anyone needing to do business with central banks or understand modern central banking have relied on the Central Bank Directory. Also used extensively by central bankers themselves, a copy of the Directory is indispensable.

Publish date: 22 Dec 2015

Availability: In stock

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Book - Central Bank Directory 2016
£275.00
eBook - Central Bank Directory 2016
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£495.00
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Book description

Be guided through the changing world of central banking, this new 26th anniversary edition, enables you to go quickly to the information you need.

With details of more than 4,500 senior central bankers and their institutions this is the only way to find the decision-makers you need to contact. Key institutional functions such as risk management, payment systems, reserve management, financial stability, supervision, IT, legal risk, audit, communications and personnel are covered – all in one easy-to-use directory.

The ProgressSoft Corporation/Central Bank Directory 2016 remains unchallenged as the only provider of comprehensive, accurate and up-to-date information on all the central banks in a single manageable volume. Individual entries feature an up-to-date factual profile of each of the world’s central banks, European national central banks and regional Federal Reserves, as well as central banks’ representative offices around the world.

The Directory features:

  • More contact details than ever before: email addresses, website, telephone, fax, address, etc.
  • Comprehensive information on heads of key departments
  • A concise history of the central bank
  • Key details on each central bank’s monetary policy, supervision policy and exchange rate regime
  • Governors’ terms of office
  • Representative offices, including details of their chief representatives
  • Staff numbers, including staff gender ratio
  • Past governors

The Directory also includes a set of up-to-date comparative tables offering a clear overview of the central banking world.

Tables include:

  • Gold and foreign exchange reserves
  • Newly appointed governors
  • Ownership of central banks
  • Year of establishment
  • Central banks ranked by staff numbers
  • Changes in staff numbers
  • Staff ratio to population
  • Governors’ terms of office
  • Top 10 Twitter users

Book details

ISBN
Book - 9781902182926/ eBook - 9781902182933
Publish date
22 Dec 2015
Format
Paperback
Size
230mm x 280mm

Editor biography

Martina Horáková and Emma Glass

Martina Horáková

Martina Horáková is the Head of Seminars and Advisory at Central Banking Publications (CBP), where she has worked since 2007. She oversees and organises public policy seminars, conferences and roundtables for senior policymakers from central banks, ministries of finance and financial regulatory agencies around the world. In her advisory role, Martina is conducting the first in CBP’s benchmarking survey series on the topic of central bank governance, and she also edits CBP books and occasionally contributes to the Central Banking Journal. Before joining CBP, Martina gained a master’s in development economics from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, and also studied economics at the Freie Universität Berlin.

Emma Glass

Emma Glass is editorial assistant at Central Banking Publications (CBP), where she oversees the commissioning, editorial and production processes on the portfolio of directory and book titles. She is co-editor of the Central Bank Directory, now in its 26th edition, and has worked on books on topics such as sovereign investment and reserve management. Emma has a degree in English literature from the University of Exeter.

Table of contents

Tables include:

  • Gold and foreign exchange reserves
  • Newly appointed governors
  • Ownership of central banks
  • Year of establishment
  • Central banks ranked by staff numbers
  • Changes in staff numbers
  • Staff ratio to population
  • Governors’ terms of office
  • Top 10 Twitter users

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