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Large-Value Payment System Design and Risk Management

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  • Cronin, David

    (Central Bank of Ireland)

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This article considers how wholesale (also often called large-value) payment systems can be organised, how they have evolved over recent decades and what are the forces currently at play in shaping settlement mechanisms.

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Article provided by Central Bank of Ireland in its journal Quarterly Bulletin Articles.

Volume (Year): (2011)
Issue (Month): (January)
Pages: 78-88

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Handle: RePEc:cbi:qtbart:y:2011:m:01:p:78-88

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