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  1. Jan 2021
  2. Dec 2020
  3. Nov 2020
    1. For fair investment criteria, members of the mechanism can build off the Blue Dot Network (BDN) certification model. The BDN’s participants—Japan, the United States, and Australia—certify development projects as “market-driven, transparent, and financially sustainable” with the objective of attracting private sector investment.25Criteria for certification originated from the G20 Principles for Quality Infrastructure Investment, the G7 Charlevoix Commitment on Innovative Financing for Development, and the Equator Principles. Drawing from internationally agreed-upon principles lends transparency and credibility to BDN. Drawing from consensus principles likely would translate smoothly to the wider pool of proposed mechanism member states. It also would provide a solid framework for member states to collaborate on providing technical assistance for states to increase their own capacity to prepare investment projects.

      ||TerezaHorejsova|| We should include this in the survey of financing of digital infrastructure

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    1. It is balanced analysis of the reasons via IPO of Ant was stopped by Chinese regulators.

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    1. Jack Ma is bashing Basel Accords financial system around the question of risk. He argues that bank should not take collateral in order to prevent risks.

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    1. “The Basel Accords are like an old people’s club . . . we can’t use yesterday’s methods to regulate the future,” Mr Ma said at a conference in Shanghai on the weekend, referring to the international banking supervision framework.

      tough criticism of the Basel accords.

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  4. Oct 2020
    1. Survey on digital finance by Bank of International Settlements

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    1. The main elements in the text:

      • China starts digital yuan. It is FIAT currency (not cryptocurrency)
      • the main question if dominance of USD as global transactional currency will be challenged (currently 3/4 of global transactions)
      • what will be future of global digital currencies: will there will be digital Euro or digital Yen or Digital international money (via IMF).
      • will digital fiat currencies make bitcoins obsoletee?

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    2. At the end of April 2020 a spokesperson for People’s Bank of China confirmed that digital yuan tests were under way in several cities of China:  Shenzhen, Suzhou, Chengdu, Xiong’an, and “on the sites of 2022 Winter Olympics” in Beijing.

      This is typical Chinese way of introducing innovations.

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    1. With massive amounts of data, theability to apply AI and other technologies to capitalize on that data, and their loyal customerbases, the tech giants’ respective moves into nancial services pose formidable threats totraditional banking and nancial services companies.

      also to be discussed in digital financing and inclusive finance

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  5. Sep 2020
  6. Aug 2020
    1. Action Agenda Helps Overcome Barriers and Risks

      Addressing the challenges to digital financial inclusion

    2. Digital Financing – Barriers and Risks

      Challenges to digital financial inclusion

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