Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures

The economic and technological landscape of financial market infrastructures (FMIs) is rapidly evolving and changing how we conduct transactions globally. Efforts to renew and strengthen payment, clearing and settlement systems have been undertaken internationally and the role of new technologies, including digital money, CBDCs, blockchains and smart contracts, is being continuously reassessed.

The Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures was the first journal to specialize in publishing peer-reviewed research in FMIs. Today, over a decade after its first publication, the journal continues to offer its readers a selection of the best ideas, developments and analysis in this dynamic and exciting sector of the economy.

The Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures considers submissions in the form of technical papers and policy-oriented papers (forum discussions) from academics and practitioners on topics including, but not limited to:

  • Payment and settlement systems
  • Digital money (including CBDCs) and central bank operations
  • Trade repositories, central counterparties (CCPs) and central securities depositories (CSDs)
  • Risk management of FMIs (including liquidity, market, counterparty, operational and other risks).
  • Correspondent banking and network analysis of FMIs
  • Non-bank payment service providers and access to central bank payment rails
  • Exchanges and multilateral trading platforms
  • Regulation, oversight and supervision of FMIs
  • Tokenized deposits and stablecoins
  • New technologies for FMIs, including distributed ledger technologies (DLTs), machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI)

Abstracting and Indexing: Clarivate Analytics Emerging Sources Citation Index; EconLit; EconBiz; and Cabell’s Directory

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