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Regulators are rebuilding trust in digital assets, and more

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Regulators are rebuilding trust in digital assets
By Edward Maling
The successive crises that marred the cryptoassets market last year dealt a blow to trust in the digital assets industry. High-profile shocks reinvigorated calls for regulators to bring the industry firmly under their watch. Despite this bruising, OMFIF’s Digital assets 2023 report shows that considerable progress has been made by regulators to rebuild confidence for institutional investors.

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Marrakech meetings will be a sombre affair
By Mark Sobel
The world’s finance ministers, central bank governors and many private financial leaders will descend on Marrakech on 9 October. It will be a sombre affair.

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PayPal’s stablecoin could shake up payments world
By Timothy Massad
PayPal’s announcement that it will launch a stablecoin – a crypto token with its value tied to the dollar – shook up the insular world of payments and the Washington regulatory community. 

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Absa Africa Financial Markets Index 2023 launch
Thursday 12 October, Launch
The 2023 edition delves into how AFMI countries are developing financial product diversity, adopting ESG frameworks and digital technologies and strengthening legal frameworks.

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Hungarian borrowers in the global bond markets
This discussion brought together funding heads from Hungary’s sovereign bond issuance programme and from experienced borrowers in the global debt capital markets. 

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Digital assets 2023
OMFIF’s Digital assets report examines the developing ecosystem, highlighting those exchanges, custodians and other infrastructure providers that have demonstrated the most robust and resilient quality throughout this challenging period.


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