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The Money Pipeline is is a comprehensive description - at both macro and micro level - of the payment systems that move money between and among banks, consumers and enterprises. While the coverage is global in nature, there is special emphasis on the evolution of Payment Systems in Sri Lanka and other Asian countries. The author has over 40 years of experience in both the study and implementation of these systems and has covered four important aspects relating to payments systems in ‘The Money Pipeline’: The global payments setup, the regulatory landscape of payment systems, Sri Lanka’s payments history, including the story of introducing a modern payments system into the country and new developments in payments in a global context. This book will be of benefit to central bankers and regulators, payment system professionals, as well as all other stakeholders of payment systems.
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Dr. Ranee Jayamaha is currently the Chairperson of Hatton National Bank. From 2004 until her retirement at the end of May 2009, she was Deputy Governor in charge of Financial System Stability of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka. She has over 40 years of experience in the fields of economics, banking, finance, payment systems, regulation and administration, having held a number of positions at the Central Bank of Sri Lanka and other international institutions. On release from the Central Bank, she has served as Secretary to the Presidential Commission on Finance & Banking, Advisor to the Financial Sector Reform Committee, Ministry of Finance and Special Advisor (Economic) at the Commonwealth Secretariat, London, U.K. Dr Jayamaha has also been a Member of the Working Group on General Payment System Development of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), Member of the Global Payments Forum, Member of the Advisory Panel of the G-8 Remittances Working Group and Member of the Expert Panel of the Safeguard Assessment Policy Review 2010 of the IMF. During her tenure as the Deputy Governor of the Central Bank, she served as Chairperson of (i) the Financial System Stability Committee of the Bank; (ii) the Credit Information Bureau of Sri Lanka; (iii) the National Payments Council; (iv) Legal Forum; (v) SAARC Payments Council; and (vi) Safeguard Assessment Committee of the Bank. She was also a member of the (i) Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank; (ii) Insurance Board of Sri Lanka; (iii) Securities and Exchange Commission of Sri Lanka; (iv) National Economic Council and many other local and international Committees. Dr. Jayamaha has authored a large number of journal articles in local as well as international publications and has been an advisor on monetary policy and financial sector development to a number of central banks in the region. She gained her PhD in Monetary Economics from the University of Bradford, UK; an MSc in Economics from the University of Stirling, UK, and a BA (Hons) from the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. In November 2012, the University of Stirling further honoured Dr Jayamaha by bestowing her with the Degree of Doctor of the University (DUniv) in recognition of her distinguished career as one of the University’s first Masters Graduates in Economics and as a person of great distinction in the fields of Economics, Banking and Public Affairs. She is an Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Bankers of Sri Lanka.
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