Central bankers', BIS management speeches and Basel Committee speeches

Date Titles
05 Mar 1997

Ms. Phillips discusses recent developments in supervision and regulation and how they affect the debate on financial modernization (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 3 Mar 97)

Remarks by Ms. Susan M. Phillips, a member of the Board of Governors of the US Federal Reserve System, at the Annual Washington Conference of the Institute of International Bankers on 3/3/97.

05 Mar 1997

Mr. Davies reviews current debates on regulatory structures governing the financial system

Speech by the Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, Mr. Howard Davies, held on 22/2/97 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta"s Financial Markets Conference entitled "Market and Regulatory Structures in a Global Environment".

05 Mar 1997

Dr. Brash explains the Reserve Bank of New Zealand's new inflation target, and New Zealander's expectations about inflation and growth (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 23 Jan 97)

Address by the Governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Dr. Donald T. Brash, to the Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce in Christchurch on 23/1/97.

05 Mar 1997

Bank of France reports industrial output continued to grow in most sectors in France in January 1997 (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 17 Feb 97)

BANK OF FRANCE, MONTHLY BUSINESS SURVEY, 17/2/97.

05 Mar 1997

Mr. Greenspan presents the views of the Federal Reserve in its semi-annual report on monetary policy (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 26 Feb 97)

Testimony of the Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Mr. Alan Greenspan, before the Senate Banking Committee on 26/2/97.

05 Mar 1997

Mr. George conveys his reflections on the development of bond market yields over recent years (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 25 Feb 97)

Remarks by the Governor of the Bank of England, Mr. E.A.J. George, at the Euromoney International Bond Congress held in London on 25/2/97.

28 Feb 1997

Mr. Macfarlane discusses the economics of nostalgia (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 11 Feb 97)

Talk by the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, Mr. I.J. Macfarlane, to The Sydney Institute on 11/2/97.

28 Feb 1997

Bank of Japan's February review of monetary and economic trends in Japan (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 18 Feb 97)

BANK OF JAPAN, MONTHLY ECONOMIC REVIEW, 18/2/97.

27 Feb 1997

Mr. Patrikis discusses the monetary policy and regulatory implications of banking on the Internet

Address by the Vice-President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Mr. Ernest T. Patrikis, at the Queen Mary & Westfield College University of London & UNISYS International Management Centre held in Saint Paul de Vence, France from 22-24/1/97.

27 Feb 1997

Mr. McDonough assesses the role of the central bank in ensuring a stable price and financial environment and fostering sustainable growth (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 11 Feb 97)

Remarks by the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Mr. William J. McDonough, at the Society of Investment Analysts in Dublin on 11/2/97.

27 Feb 1997

Herr Gaddum gives his views on the challenges facing European central banks in the light of EMU (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 13 Feb 97)

Address by the Vice-President of the Deutsche Bundesbank, Herr Johann Wilhelm Gaddum, to the 32nd Conference of the Governors of South-East Asian Central Banks in Bangkok on 13/2/97.

27 Feb 1997

Dr. Stals looks at the options and strategies for monetary policy in South Africa (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 18 Feb 97)

Address by the Governor of the South African Reserve Bank, Dr. C.S. Stals, at the Twentieth Annual Investment Conference of Société Générale Frankel Pollak (Pty) Ltd. in Johannesburg on 18/2/97.

27 Feb 1997

Mr. Greenspan offers some considerations as a guide for government decisions on regulating the financial markets (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 21 Feb 97)

Remarks by Chairman of the Board of Governors of the US Federal Reserve System, Mr. Alan Greenspan, at the Financial Markets Conference of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta held in Coral Gables, Florida on 21/2/97.

19 Feb 1997

Mr. Lamfalussy looks at the progress achieved by the Hungarian economy in recent years (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 7 Feb 97)

Address by the President of the European Monetary Institute, Mr. Alexandre Lamfalussy, at a conference organised by the Hungarian Banking Association on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the new Hungarian banking system and held in Budapest on 7/2/97.

19 Feb 1997

Mr. Greenspan presents the views of the Federal Reserve Board on some broad issues associated with financial modernization (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 13 Feb 97)

Testimony of the Chairman of the Board of the US Federal Reserve System, Mr. Alan Greenspan, before the Subcommittee on Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit of the Committee on Banking and Financial Services of the US House of Representatives on 13/2/97.

19 Feb 1997

Dott. Fazio examines the progress of the Italian economy in terms of stability and recovery (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 25 Jan 97)

Address by the Governor of the Bank of Italy, Dott. Antonio Fazio, at the Annual Meeting of AIOTE/ASSOBAT/ATIC/FOREX held in Milan on 25/1/97.

14 Feb 1997

Mr. Heikensten looks at the consequences for Sweden of joining EMU (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 5 Feb 97)

Speech by the Deputy Governor of the Bank of Sweden, Mr. Lars Heikensten, at the Baker & McKenzie's EMU seminar held in Stockholm on 5/2/97.

14 Feb 1997

Mr. Kelley looks at the extent to which banks are still special (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 29 Jan 97)

Remarks by Mr. Edward W. Kelley, Jr., a member of the Board of Governors of the US Federal Reserve System, at the Seminar on Banking Soundness and Monetary Policy in a World of Global Capital Markets sponsored by the International Monetary Fund and held in Washington on 29/1/97.

14 Feb 1997

Mr. George looks at the question as to whether banks are still special (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 29 Jan 97)

Speech given by the Governor of the Bank of England, Mr. E.A.J. George, at the IMF 7th Central Banking Seminar entitled Banking Soundness and Monetary Policy in a World of Capital Markets and held in Washington on 29/1/97.

14 Feb 1997

Mr. George weighs up the pros and cons of European Monetary Union (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 3 Feb 97)

Speech given by the Governor of the Bank of England, Mr. E.A.J. George, at the Bankers Club Annual Banquet held in London on 3/2/97.

11 Feb 1997

Mr. Chen discusses monetary relations between China and Hong Kong (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 10 Sep 96)

Speech by the Deputy Governor of the People's Bank of China, Mr. Chen Yuan, at the Bank of England Seminar held in London on 10/9/96.

11 Feb 1997

Mr. Dai looks at the possibilities of strengthening financial co-operation between China and Hong Kong in order to promote economic prosperity and stability (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 13 Nov 96)

Speech by the Governor of the People's Bank of China, Mr. Dai Xianglong, at the Hong Kong Association of Banks' Dinner on 13/11/96.

11 Feb 1997

Mr. Dai assesses the outlook for Hong Kong as Asia's financial centre (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 30 Sep 96)

Speech by the Governor of the People's Bank of China, Mr. Dai Xianglong, at the luncheon hosted by the Hong Kong Financial Secretary in Washington on 30/9/96.

07 Feb 1997

Mr. Kent examines the challenges facing the UK commercial property market as it moves towards the 21st century (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 15 Jan 97)

Speech by Mr. Pen Kent, an Executive Director of the Bank of England, to the Investment Property Forum Annual Lunch in London on 15/1/97.

07 Feb 1997

Ms. Phillips examines whether national financial market regulatory systems should be harmonised in the light of international competition (Central Bank Articles and Speeches, 28 Jan 97)

Remarks by Ms. Susan M. Phillips, a member of the Board of Governors of the US Federal Reserve System, at the Seminar on Banking Soundness and Monetary Policy in a World of Global Capital Markets sponsored by the International Monetary Fund and held in Washington on 28/1/97.