CBP Asia Training Series
Central Banking's Asia Seminar Series, created exclusively for central banks, financial regulators, government debt management offices, ministries of finance and national treasuries around the world to equip you with the means to meet the increasing challenges which they face professionally.
Central Banking's Asia Seminar Series is designed to equip senior decision-makers in financial institutions around the world to meet the increasing challenges which they face professionally. The chosen format of meetings - roundtable discussions under the Chatham House Rule - is designed to encourage delegates to share experiences and benchmark practices and policies in a confidential environment. The venue will be chosen to allow delegates to step back from day-to-day pressures and swap perspectives with peers. As an independent organisation, Central Banking Publications arranges a diverse group of presenters drawn from the official sector, markets, the media and academia to stimulate wide-ranging discussion of sensitive issues. Attendance at the training seminars is limited to official-sector delegates.
Central Banking Publications is a financial publisher specialising in public policy and financial markets, with particular emphasis on central banks, international financial institutions and financial regulation. Through our journal, books, seminars, events and online news, Central Banking Publications is linked to a specialist community of central banks, financial market authorities and related professionals spread over more than 140 countries.
More than 6000 central bankers have attended
Over 200 countries have taken part in the training series
On average, there are around 80 leading experts that take part in our two week residential training series
Central Banking Publications have been the leading provider of training seminars for the public sector since 1999
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