Press releases - CPMI

Date Titles
9 May 2005

General guidance for payment system development

9 May 2005

Timothy F Geithner appointed CPSS Chairman

24 Nov 2004

Central banks and securities regulators release recommendations for central counterparties

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8 Mar 2004

Central banks and securities regulators propose recommendations for central counterparties

1 May 2003

Payment and settlement systems in selected countries

10 Mar 2003

Policy issues for central banks in retail payments

13 Nov 2002

Assessment methodology for Recommendations for Securities Settlement Systems

18 Sep 2002

Policy issues for central banks in retail payments

12 Nov 2001

Central banks and securities regulators release recommendations for securities settlement systems

15 Jan 2001

Central banks and securities regulators propose Recommendations for Securities Settlement Systems

11 Sep 2000

Clearing and Settlement Arrangements for Retail Payments in Selected Countries

17 May 2000

First CPSS meeting in the Americas

10 May 2000

New chairman of the Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems appointed

19 Jan 2000

Consultative Meeting on Securities Settlement Systems - More than 50 public institutions meet at the BIS -

13 Dec 1999

Core Principles for Systemically Important Payment Systems - A consultative report by CPSS -

23 Sep 1999

Retail Payments in Selected Countries: A Comparative Study

12 Jul 1999

Securities lending transactions: market development and implications - New report by IOSCO and CPSS

22 May 1999

CPSS organises first workshop in Hong Kong

13 Jul 1998

New Chairman of the Committee on Payment and Settlement Systems

13 Jul 1998

Central bankers encouraged by private sector progress on reducing FX settlement risk

14 Jan 1998

Millennium change in computer applications

6 May 1997

Report on Clearing Arrangements for Exchange-Traded Derivatives

22 Apr 1997

Report on real-time gross settlement systems

10 Mar 1997

Disclosure framework for securities settlement systems

11 Nov 1996

Implications for Central Banks of the Development of Electronic Money