city
yellow
Bilateral Digital Currency Payments – October 2020
Posted: Tuesday, October 27, 2020

If launched, central bank digital currencies (CBDCs), as I have recently warned, will put at risk the independence of monetary policy and what little is left of fiscal discipline within their borders of circulation. Central banks are not stopping at the replacement of money as we have known it. In conjunction with their developmental work on digital currencies proper, monetary authorities are devising a new structure for electronic payments to sweep aside the decades-long framework for payment settlements, both domestic and international. The world’s central banks and the Bank of International Settlements (BIS) envision a network of multiple cross-border payment systems featuring direct bilateral exchanges in the world’s different currencies. Such a regime would discard the decades-long mediation through the world’s reserve currency, the U.S. dollar. This paper examines implementation plans for cross-border payment systems and the threat this new global order would pose to the dollar and its status as the world’s reserve currency.

Read the PDF

logo

DoubleLine

333 S. Grand Ave.
18th Floor
Los Angeles
CA 90071

213.633.8200

 

This is a Test!

DoubleLine is testing our emergency back-up plan. If this were a real emergency, DoubleLine would be posting news, updates, contact information, webcast or conference call information here to keep our clients updated on the situation. To contact DoubleLine, please click here.

×
 

Thank you for your request(s). You will receive slides after the webcast has started. Replay and Recap notifications will take several days following the compliance review.

×
 

    Please fill in your information below in order to open this article in your browser.

    I am an Institutional Investor

    [recaptcha]