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RBA Glossary definition for BIS

BIS – Bank for International Settlements. An international organisation, based in Switzerland, which encourages co-operation among central banks and other agencies in pursuit of monetary and financial stability and provides banking facilities for central banks.

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International Financial Cooperation

17 Oct 2019 RBA Annual Report – 2019
The Reserve Bank is one of 60 central banks holding shares in the BIS. ... Every second meeting of this group is held in conjunction with the BIS Financial Markets Forum.

Central Bank Co-Operation in Asia

8 Aug 1996 Speech
Bernie Fraser
Talk by Bernie Fraser to the Asialink Group, Melbourne

International Financial Co-operation

8 Sep 2005 RBA Annual Report – 2005
most pertinent to the Asian region and guides the work of the BIS representative office in Hong Kong. ... by external investors. • Passively managed by BIS to benchmark. • EMEAP investment held by BIS.

International Financial Co-operation

28 Jul 2004 RBA Annual Report – 2004
The Hong Kong office of the BIS organised a number of conferences and workshops during the year in which the RBA participated. ... The RBA hosted the annual BIS Working Party on Monetary Policy in Asia meeting in Sydney on 10/11 June 2004.

Survey of Foreign Exchange and Derivative Markets

17 Sep 2019 Media Releases
In April 2019, the Reserve Bank conducted a survey of activity in foreign exchange and over-the-counter (OTC) interest rate derivatives markets in Australia.

International Financial Co-operation

4 Sep 2008 RBA Annual Report – 2008
They also considered the output from a number of BIS-related committees that had undertaken detailed analyses of policy responses to the turmoil. ... Representatives from the BIS, IMF and the Pacific Financial Technical Assistance Centre (PFTAC) also

International Financial Co-operation

31 Aug 2007 RBA Annual Report – 2007
Governors of BIS member central banks held their bi-monthly meetings in Sydney in November 2006. ... Other participants in the FSF include representatives from the BIS, IMF, World Bank and other international forums.

Is Monetary Policy Less Effective When Interest Rates Are Persistently Low? | Conference – 2017

16 Mar 2017 Conferences
Claudio Borio and Boris Hofmann
Section 3 reviews the existing evidence, including recent work carried out at the BIS. ... Recent BIS research explores further the possible nonlinearities in the consumption-interest rate nexus through formal panel-econometric analysis.

Review of the RBA’s Approach to Forward Guidance

9 Mar 2023
Review of the RBAs Approach to Forward Guidance. Download the review as a PDF 550. KB. This review examines the Reserve Bank of Australias use of forward guidance regarding the cash rate over the COVID-19 pandemic period and discusses the approach

The Australian Economy and Financial Markets

31 Aug 2023 Chart Pack PDF 5832KB
The Australian Economy and Financial Markets - September 2023