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E-Money and Payment Systems Review

Edited By Robert Pringle and Matthew Robinson

Overview

E-Money and Payment Systems Review puts the key trends of concern for bank regulators and central bankers into perspective. It summarises and assesses the key official reports from international financial institutions and governments into e-money, payment systems and financial technology in the recent past, as well as assembling contributions from the leading academic scholars and other experts in these fields. It reviews key developments in the payments system industry and analyses important developments in the world of digital money.


A Central Banking Publications book

Publish date: 31 Mar 2002

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Book description

E-Money and Payment Systems Review puts the key trends of concern for bank regulators and central bankers into perspective. It summarises and assesses the key official reports from international financial institutions and governments into e-money, payment systems and financial technology in the recent past, as well as assembling contributions from the leading academic scholars and other experts in these fields. It reviews key developments in the payments system industry and analyses important developments in the world of digital money. 

There is also an exclusive global survey of the heads of information technology and payments systems at a selection of the world's central banks.  The survey  reveals how central banks organise their payments functions, describes the systems they choose to operate, records the attitudes of payment system heads towards the threat of electronic money, unveils their primary concerns and reports on the major issues they claim to face into the future.

The book is divided into seven parts.

1. An assessment of the leading trends and latest developments in e-money, payments systems and financial technology
2. A global survey of payment systems policy makers
3. Key issues for central banks
4. Reform and innovation - the key role of the central bank
5. Current regulatory and commercial developments
6. The challenge posed by e-money for central bankers
7. The future of payment systems and e-money

This specialist reference work is directed at central bankers and policy makers in regulatory agencies concerned with the formulation of public policy in these fields, who thus require an overview and comment on major developments.

Book details

ISBN
9781902182186
Publish date
31 Mar 2002
Format
Paperback
Size
155mm x 235mm

Editor biography

Robert Pringle and Matthew Robinson

Editor, Robert Pringle, is Chairman of Central Banking Publications. Before starting Central Banking, Robert was for several years Editor of The Banker and subsequently he was closely associated with the establishment of the well-known "think tank", the Group of Thirty, where he served for seven years as the first Executive Director based in New York. He was also for three years a Senior Fellow at the United Nations institute called WIDER in Helsinki.

Table of contents

Foreword
John Trundle (Bank of England)

Introduction

Central bank survey: Results of a survey of payment systems heads
Matthew Robinson (Central Banking Publications)

Payment systems efficiency, monetary policy transmission and financial sector stability
Iyabode Masha (Central Bank of Nigeria)

Payment system risks
Robert Lindley (Bank for International Settlements)

Managing systemic risk through secured settlements
Rahul Dhumal (Federal Reserve Bank of New York)

Gridlock resolution in payment systems
Morten Linnemann Bech and Kimmo Soramaki (Bank of Finland)

Principles for financial plumbers
John Trundle (Bank of England)

The objectives of oversight – what are they?
Karsten Biltoft (National Bank of Denmark)

Retail payment systems in the UK: is there a lack of competition?
Bidisha Ganguly and Alistair Milne (City University Business School)

The role of the central banks in reforming payment systems – the challenges and priorities
Peter Allsopp (Allsopp Consultancy Services and formerly Bank of England)

A strategic approach to payment system reform
Philip J. Tromp (Perago Financial System Enablers (PTY) Ltd)

Compliance with the core principles for systemically important payment systems and the role of the
IMF
Omotunde E.G. Johnson (formerly IMF)

Key developments in the payments system industry
Katy Massey

Retail electronic payments
Dave Birch (Consult Hyperion)

E-money regulation in the EU
Malte Krueger (PaySys Consultancy GmbH)

The future of monetary policy: the central bank as an army with only a signal corps?
Benjamin Friedman (Harvard University)

Can central banking survive the IT revolution?
Charles A. E. Goodhart (London School of Economics)

The future of foreign exchange transactions: continuous linked settlement
Peter Allsopp (Allsopp Consultancy Services and formerly Bank of England)

Re-engineering payment systems for the e-world
Harry Leinonen (Bank of Finland)

Appendix 1
A survey of central bank payment system experts: questionnaire

Appendix 2
A survey of central bank payment system experts: survey responses

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