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Central Bank Risk Management, Fintech, and Cybersecurity / Ashraf Khan.
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2021.
1 online resource (75 pages)
IMF Working Papers; Working Paper ; No. 2021/105
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Based on technical assistance to central banks by the IMF's Monetary and Capital Markets Department and Information Technology Department, this paper examines fintech and the related area of cybersecurity from the perspective of central bank risk management. The paper draws on findings from the IMF Article IV Database, selected FSAP and country cases, and gives examples of central bank risks related to fintech and cybersecurity. The paper highlights that fintech- and cybersecurity-related risks for central banks should be addressed by operationalizing sound internal risk management by establishing and strengthening an integrated risk management approach throughout the organization, including a dedicated risk management unit, ongoing sensitizing and training of Board members and staff, clear reporting lines, assessing cyber resilience and security posture, and tying risk management into strategic planning. Given the fast-evolving nature of such risks, central banks could make use of timely and regular inputs from external experts.
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Central Bank Risk Management, Fintech, and Cybersecurity