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EMEAP, the Executives’ Meeting of East Asia-Pacific Central Banks, is a cooperative organization of central banks and monetary authorities (hereinafter simply referred to as central banks) in the East Asia and Pacific region. Its primary objective is to strengthen the cooperative relationship among its members. It comprises the central banks of eleven economies: Reserve Bank of Australia, People’s Bank of China, Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Bank Indonesia, Bank of Japan, The Bank of Korea, Bank Negara Malaysia, Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, Monetary Authority of Singapore, Bank of Thailand

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green_bullets New Press Statement – The 20th EMEAP Governors’ Meeting was held in Singapore on 30 May 2015

01/06/2015

green_bullets New Publication – EMEAP Repo Markets: State of Play – A Report by the EMEAP Working Group on Financial Markets 2014

21/08/2014
This report discusses the Working Group on Financial Markets’ review of repo markets in the region. The objective of the review was to describe the place these markets occupy in member jurisdictions and to better understand the factors behind their development to date and the factors that might be impeding further or quicker development.

green_bullets New Meeting – EMEAP Repo Markets: State of Play – A Report by the EMEAP Working Group on Financial Markets 2014

21/08/2014
This report discusses the Working Group on Financial Markets’ review of repo markets in the region. The objective of the review was to describe the place these markets occupy in member jurisdictions and to better understand the factors behind their development to date and the factors that might be impeding further or quicker development.

green_bullets New Press Statement – The Nineteenth EMEAP Governors’ Meeting was held in Bangkok on 25 July 2014

28/07/2014

green_bullets New Press Statement – The 7th EMEAP/Eurosystem High Level seminar was held in Bangkok on July 26, 2014

28/07/2014