Brazil’s CBDC plan models how banks can maintain their balance sheets in a new era of money

As central banks around the world prepare to launch their own digital currencies (Central Bank Digital Currencies, or CBDCs), one of the hard parts has been to reconcile how these work with existing bank balance sheet management strategies that take into account Asset Liability Management and the maintenance of risk and liquidity ratios. A new idea from the Banco Central do Brasil (BCB) shows a model that looks viable on paper.
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