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The Bank for International Settlements' Innovation Hub (BISIH) published its 2021/22 programme, focusing on six key areas related to innovative financial technology :

  • Suptech and Regtech : AI/ML, market monitoring, data analytics.

  • Next-generation financial market infrastructures : Capital markets projects, foundational digital infrastructures, tokenisation of assets, cross border payments and payment infrastructures.

  • Central bank digital currencies : Wholesale and general purpose CBDC, inhouse DLT capacity.

  • Open finance : APIs in the open banking context and related data issues.

  • Cyber security

  • Green finance

The goal of the BISIH is to investigate the technological and practical feasibility of particular designs and products.



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