Baker McKenzie | Argentina | 6 Dec 2023
On 30 November 2023, the Argentine Central Bank issued Communication "A" 7901 ("Communication"), which introduces amendments to the regime for…
Volterra Fietta | China, European Union, United Kingdom | 20 Nov 2023
Recent months have continued to see major new developments in public international law. Volterra Fietta continues to be actively engaged in many of…
LexOrbis | India | 31 Oct 2023
The Reserve Bank of India is India’s central bank and is responsible for the formulation and regulation of India’s monetary policy and management of…
Lexology PRO | Global | 20 Sep 2023
A sustainability-focused network of the world’s central banks and regulators has turned its attention to nature risk, rolling out a draft handbook of concepts for a high-level “principle-based” approach to address a fast-emerging area of regulatory attention.
Fox Mandal | India | 17 Aug 2023
In a PPP, the risks are allocated to the party that is better suited to undertake the risk. As consideration for developing the infrastructure, the…
Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 13 Jul 2023
The Bank of England’s governor Andrew Bailey has said that “enhanced” digital forms of money can satisfy his conditions for safe money – and should not be left just to central banks alone.
Lexology PRO | Brazil, Colombia, France, etc. | 26 Jun 2023
France opens a money laundering investigation into Binance, CoinEx agrees to pay penalties to New York State, and Japan exempts crypto issues from taxes on unrealised gains – plus other crypto updates.
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Global, Singapore | 23 Jun 2023
Singapore’s central bank has issued its whitepaper for the use of digital currency, with a focus on programmable money.
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, etc. | 5 May 2023
A look at how central banks around the world are approaching the introduction of central bank digital currencies into their financial services’ infrastructure.
Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 9 Feb 2023
The Bank of England has issued its long-awaited formal proposal for a UK central bank digital currency, reassuring private sector players the CBDC will form part of a “mixed payments economy” rather than supplanting commercial banks or fintechs.