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RBI Wins 'Risk Manager Of The Year Award 2024' By Central Banking Publication

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been bestowed with the prestigious “Risk Manager of the Year Award 2024” by Central Banking, a leading London-based publication. This accolade underscores the RBI’s significant strides in fostering a robust risk culture and heightened awareness, reinforcing its pivotal role in maintaining the stability of India’s financial system. The […]

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The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has been bestowed with the prestigious “Risk Manager of the Year Award 2024” by Central Banking, a leading London-based publication. This accolade underscores the RBI’s significant strides in fostering a robust risk culture and heightened awareness, reinforcing its pivotal role in maintaining the stability of India’s financial system.

The announcement was made via the RBI’s official account on X, formerly known as Twitter. The post read, “The Reserve Bank of India has been awarded the Risk Manager of the Year Award 2024 by Central Banking, London, UK. RBI was awarded the best risk manager for improving its risk culture and awareness. Executive Director Shri Manoranjan Mishra received the award on behalf of the RBI. #rbi #centralbanking #centralbankingawards.”

RBI’s Strategic Measures

In response to the recent global economic turmoil, the RBI adopted a cautious monetary policy approach. Unlike many other central banks that significantly increased interest rates, the RBI opted to keep rates steady. This balanced stance helped prevent stifling economic growth while vigilantly monitoring inflation.

One of the RBI’s innovative measures includes the establishment of a regulatory sandbox. This initiative allows financial technology companies to experiment with new products and services in a controlled environment. By facilitating such experimentation, the RBI can assess potential risks associated with these innovations before they are widely adopted.

Moreover, the RBI has made significant regulatory changes to enhance overseas investment. On June 7, the RBI relaxed overseas investment regulations, clarifying ambiguities for wealthy Indians, business families, and startups aiming to invest in foreign securities, funds, and companies. This move, reported by Mint earlier this month, aims to bolster international investment opportunities while maintaining a firm grip on associated risks.

The “Risk Manager of the Year Award 2024” reflects the RBI’s unwavering commitment to advancing its risk management practices. Through strategic policy decisions and innovative regulatory measures, the RBI continues to safeguard India’s financial stability amidst a dynamic global economic landscape.

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