BCL-TSE partnership


Financial crisis highlighted the need for further reflection on the role of central banks, the conduct of monetary policy, micro and macro-prudential supervision, as well as risks and opportunities in the field of payment systems and services. In 2015, BCL and TSE signed a research collaboration agreement to address these challenges through innovative economic research. The two institutions foster close and mutually beneficial relationships through academic research, mentoring and brainstorming, as well as economic policy discussions. 

The BCL supports the TSE Sustainable Finance Center.

Research topics

  • Macro-prudential policy
  • Virtual currency, electronic money, central bank digital currency