Mafin 2012 Genova, Italy presentation

Very good!
One suggestion, in caps:

In reality, BECAUSE AN OVERDRAFT AT A CENTRAL BANK *IS* A LOAN FROM THAT CENTRAL BANK, central banks have no option other than supplying the amount of reserves banks require to settle payments through standard operations, bilateral lending, or intra-day overdrafts.

Yet, it can unilaterally set the interest rate on reserves borrowing and reserves holding.

Revising the quantity theory of money in a financial balance approach