Since it was first published in 2005, this key guide has provided crucial insight into the policies, practices and thinking of reserve managers around globe. It is acknowledged as the industry standard among practitioners and the stakeholder community. Now in its twelfth edition, HSBC Reserve Management Trends 2016 provides analysis of exclusive survey of 77 central banks responsible for more than $6 trillion in reserves.
This essential guide addresses key questions on reserve managers’ techniques, opinions, as well as organisational information, such as:
Whether you are a reserve manager to read up on your peers’ techniques, or an asset manager delving into the strategies and fears of reserve management, or a central bank director ensuring your department is up-to-date with its practices and approaches – this book an essential purchase for you and your organisation.
Discover the global and learned perspective of 77 reserve managers and ensure you are up-to-date.
A Central Banking Publications book.
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- Book 9781902182964 / eBook - 9781902182971
- Publish date
- 25 Apr 2016
- 155mm x 235mm
Table of contents
About the authors xiii
Executive summary xix
1 Trends in reserve manage – 2016 survey results 1
2 Green bonds as a means to tackle climate change 45
Zoë Knight and Michael Ridley
3 Interview: Aniq Aziz 55
4 Reserves tranching: the experience of the National Bank of
5 The National Bank of Austria’s gold management strategy 77
Franz Partsch and Daniel Pumberger
Appendix 1 Survey questionnaire 85
Appendix 2 Survey responses and comments 103
Appendix 3 Reserve statistics 153