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RBA Glossary definition for CLS

CLS – Continuous Linked Settlement. A process enabling simultaneous foreign exchange settlement across the globe, eliminating the settlement risk caused by delays arising from time-zone differences.

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List of tables | 2015 Assessment of the Reserve Bank Information and Transfer System

9 Mar 2023
13.2. 13.2. CLS. 58.6. 260.6. 2.5. Retail payments. 37,394.4. 62.5. 3.7. ... Sources: ASX; CLS; RBA. Table 4: RITS Participation. (a). Number of ESAs.

The Role of the Payments System Board

22 Feb 2001 Bulletin PDF 65KB
The Role of the Payments System Board July 1999. 12. of the Australian dollar in the ContinuousLinked Settlement (CLS) Bank, an issue towhich I will refer later. ... A revised timetable for theestablishment of the CLS Bank is expectedto be announced

List of tables | 2017 Assessment of the Reserve Bank Information and Transfer System

9 Mar 2023
c). 3.2. 58.3. 51.3. RITS cash transfers. 0.2. 12.5. 12.5. CLS. ... Sources: ASX; CLS; RBA. Table A.2: RITS Participation. (a). Number of ESAs As at end March 2017.

How Will Ageing Affect the Structure of Financial Markets?

3 Jan 2007 Conferences PDF 185KB
RBA Conference Volume 2006

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20 Sep 2005 PSB Annual Report – 2005
Table 8: CLS Currencies. Currency. Joined CLS. Australian dollar. September 2002. ... Source: CLS Bank.

The Reserve Bank's Collateral Framework

7 Dec 2017 Bulletin – December 2017
Yasaman Naghiloo and David Olivan
The Reserve Bank, like other central banks, holds collateral to reduce the risk of financial loss in its domestic market operations. The Reserve Bank's collateral framework sets out how the diverse portfolio of collateral assets is managed and

Operations in Financial Markets

2 Sep 2003 RBA Annual Report – 2003
CLS has also created additional demands for intra-day liquidity, although to date the effect has been fairly modest. ... Compared with the value being settled, these payments are relatively small reflecting the netting of members' pay-in obligations by


1 Apr 2021 RDP 2021-04
Calvin He
Campbell JR, CL Evans, JDM Fisher and A Justiniano (2012), ‘Macroeconomic Effects of Federal Reserve Forward Guidance’, Brookings Papers on Economic Activity, Spring, pp 1–54.
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Appendix A: Background Information | 2018 Assessment of the Reserve Bank Information and Transfer System

9 Mar 2023
RITS is used to settle time-critical wholesale payments for other financial market infrastructures (FMIs): Australian dollar pay-ins to or pay-outs from CLS Bank International (CLS); margin payments to ... Other FMIs with ESAs (i.e. CLS, the ASX CCPs and


18 Dec 1997 Media Release PDF 268KB
RESERVE BANK OF AUSTRALIA. FOREIGN EXCHANGE SETTLEMENTPRACTICES IN AUSTRALIA. December 1997. ii. The research for this report was undertaken by Bernie Egan, Jeff Grow, Nathan Hale and Karen Cole from theBank’s Financial System Department. The