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Reserve Bank presented with ‘Initiative of the Year’ award

Date: 14 March 2019

Reserve Bank presented with award for the Bank Financial Strength Dashboard

The Reserve Bank has received the ‘Initiative of the Year’ award for the Bank Financial Strength Dashboard at the Central Banking Publications annual awards.

Head of Financial System Policy Analysis Toby Fiennes accepted the award on behalf of the Reserve Bank at a ceremony in London overnight.

Mr Fiennes said it was a real honour for the Dashboard to be recognised internationally. The award is a deserved tribute to the huge effort by many people in the Reserve Bank and the sector at large.

“The Reserve Bank has taken a lead among central banks by developing the Dashboard as a way to make it easy for investors and analysts to understand the financial position of banks,” Mr Fiennes said. “This is an important aspect of ensuring a sound financial system. Interest in the dashboard has been immense.”

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Central Banking ‘Initiative of the Year’ award

Bank Financial Strength Dashboard


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