About The Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures


The Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures

Editor-in-Chief: Ron Berndsen, LCH

Today, in the light of the financial crisis, it has become part of the political agenda to strengthen payment, clearing and settlement systems, as well as repositories for data on the trades they process. In 2012 a new set of internationally agreed CPSS-IOSCO Principles carved out financial market infrastructures (FMIs) as a distinct area in financial policy. The Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures is the first journal to focus on this exciting and dynamic sector, and aims to bring together a community of contributors from the constituent sectors to analyse FMIs to further the development of this emerging field.

The Journal provides a balanced representation of academic and practitioner focused papers which are dedicated to analysing operational and regulatory effectiveness and efficiency of payment, clearing, settlement, trade repository systems; and the risks they manage, transmit and create.

Forthcoming Special Issue: Central Counterparty Stress Testing, Default Management and Resolution-due out March 2016!


A comprehensive insight in the plumbing of global financial markets and its benefits and risks...

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

  • Systemically Important Payment Systems
  • Securities Settlement Systems
  • Central Counterparties
  • Central Securities Depositories
  • Trade Repositories
  • Settlement Risk and other FMI-related risks including interdependencies
  • Infrastructure-Related Systemic Risk
  • Network analysis of an FMI
  • Critical Service Providers and non-bank payment service providers
  • Correspondent banking
  • Retail Payment Infrastructures (remote and Point-Of-Sale, ATM, virtual currencies)
  • FMI Liquidity and Collateral Management;
  • Exchanges and Multilateral Trading Platforms
  • Oversight and Supervision of Financial Market Infrastructures
  • FMI-related standardization and legislation




Subscribe to The Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures and receive...

  • Four issues of the journal a year, in print and/or online
  • Unrestricted access to the valuable journal archive
  • Quarterly alerts to inform you when the latest issue of The Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures is online, days before you receive your hard copy
  • Preferential subscriber discounts on Risk Books, conferences, training courses and sister publications (including Risk magazine)

For more information on The Journal of Financial Market Infrastructures please contact sarah.campbell@infopro-digital.com




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