FRB-Atlanta: Digital Payments, Not Bank Accounts, Key to Financial Inclusion
A new paper from the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and a team of researchers counters views about the benefits of bank accounts to financial inclusion, arguing that un- and under-banked consumers would be better served by new digital payment vehicles rather than traditional bank accounts.

FSB Announces New Plans for Bond-Market, Central-Bank Facility, Procyclicality, Buffer-Use Analysis; NBFI/MMF Review Under Way
In this alert, we assess the forward-looking conclusions in the annual Financial Stability Board report to the G20 delivered today.

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