CBP Cambridge Training Series
Central Banking's Cambridge Training Series is designed to equip senior decision-makers in financial institutions around the world to meet the increasing challenges which they face professionally.
Central Banking's Cambridge Training 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 - Christ's College, Cambridge - is 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.
former Adviser on Strategic Planning and Risk Management
Bank of Canada
Janet Cosier is the former Chief Risk Officer and Adviser on Strategic Planning at the Bank of Canada. She continues in her capacity as the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Payments Association. She has served in a variety of functions including comptroller and chief accountant, as well as chief internal auditor, before being appointed adviser to the governor. She has provided technical assistance to various central banks in the areas of strategic planning, risk management, governance and financial reporting. Before joining the Bank of Canada, she worked with the Office of the Auditor General of Canada and with the Department of Industry, Trade and Commerce. Mrs Cosier holds degrees from York University and the University of Windsor in mathematics, computer science, accounting and financial management.
former Vice President and Senior Policy Adviser
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Richard Heckinger was formerly vice president and senior policy advisor, Financial Markets Group, at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. He started his career in financial markets at the Chicago Board Options Exchange in 1973. His career has included executive management of financial market operations and risk. He has a wide range of international experience including positions in Montreal, London, Hong Kong, Boston and Chicago. He has served on international committees, including a Federal Reserve Bank of New York working group, the OTC Derivatives Regulators’ Forum, SWIFT, and the International Securities Services Association. He has a MPhil degree in economics from the London School of Economics, a BA degree in mathematics from the Illinois State University, and completed the Advanced Management Course at the University of Chicago.
Advisor in the Directorate of Financial Stability, Regulation and Resolution
Bank of Spain
María J. Nieto is Advisor in the Directorate of Financial Stability, Regulation and Resolution, at Bank of Spain where she has developed her career since December 2000. She is author of several articles on banking, financial stability and regulatory issues that have been published by prestigious peered reviewed journals and she is member of the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Banking Regulation and the Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance. She has cooperated as consultant with the IMF and the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta and has worked at the ECB, Council of Economic Advisors to the Spanish President and the IMF. Ms Nieto earned a PhD cum laude from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and MBA (finance) from the University of California Los Angeles.
Sullivan Consulting (and former Senior Financial Expert, International Monetary Fund)
Kenneth Sullivan was until 2015 a senior financial sector expert with the International Monetary Fund. Previously, he spent seven years at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand as chief manager of both Accounting and Corporate Services where the bank won accounting prizes for the transparency of its published financial statements. Prior to that he provided a financial management information system consultancy, held senior accounting roles in insurance and wholesaling, and worked in education. Starting in 1993 he served as accounting expert on IMF missions, providing accounting technical assistance to central banks around the world, organized and presented at central bank accounting workshops and participated in Financial Sector Assessment Program and Safeguard Assessment
Squared Circle Consulting Ltd.
Iain Thomson spent most of his career at the Bank of England, holding positions in exchange control, foreign exchange, open market operations and training, before a two-year secondment to the Central Bank of Swaziland, sponsored by the IMF. There, he was director of foreign exchange reserves, and responsible for advising the governor, developing local capacity to manage financial markets, and establishing Swaziland's first stock market. On return to the UK, he was involved in helping various Eastern European and former Soviet Union central banks to modernise. He eventually created and was appointed to the role of Head of Training & Development at the Bank. After leaving the Bank in 1999 he set up his own consultancy firm, dealing with all aspects of performance management and working with over 250 organisations in 40 countries.
former Director General for Market Operations
European Central Bank
Francesco Papadia is chair of Prime Collateralised Securities, chair of the Selection Panel of the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund, resident fellow of Bruegel and lectures at various Universities. Between June 1998 and May 2012 he was director general for Market Operations at the European Central Bank. Before that he held different positions at Research Department and Foreign Department of Banca d'Italia. Between 1980 and 1983 he was economic advisor at the Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs of the European Commission. From 1974 to 1979 he served as economist in the Research Department of Banca d'Italia. Francesco Papadia holds a degree in Law from the University of Rome. He did his postgraduate studies in Economics at Istao, Ancona and at the London Business School. He has published numerous articles and books.
former Co-Chair of the FATF's
Evaluation and Compliance Group
Richard Chalmers is an independent consultant on AML/CFT issues. Until March 2014, he was an international adviser at the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), and had been part of the UK delegation to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) for 15 years. For the previous nine years, he cochaired the FATF working group that undertook the revision of the international standards on anti-money laundering and the combating of terrorist financing (published in 2012), and subsequently developed the new assessment methodology (published in 2013). He was also involved in the routine programme to assess countries’ compliance with the previous set of standards, having worked on the reports, among others, of India, the United States, China, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, Hong Kong and Germany. Mr Chalmers was also chair of the FATF’s Africa/Middle East Regional Review Group.
European Central Bank
Per Nymand-Andersen is an adviser to Senior Management in Directorate General Statistics at the European Central Bank (ECB). He has developed his expertise in financial markets, securities settlement systems, statistics, big data and communication. Mr Nymand-Andersen is the key editor of the ECB’s Statistics Working Paper Series and a lecturer at the Goethe University in Frankfurt am Main in Central Banking Policy and Transparency. He has an MBA in Economics and Management Science from Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. Prior to joining the ECB, Mr Nymand-Andersen provided market research consultancy services for Eurostat, Luxembourg. He is author of several articles and publications regarding financial markets, statistics and communication.
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
Banque de la République d'Haïti • Banca D'Italia • Banco Central do Brasil • Banco de la República, Columbia • Banco De Portugal • Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas • Bank Al-Maghrib • Bank Indonesia • Bank Negara Malaysia • Bank of Canada • Bank of Estonia • Bank of Ghana • Bank of Jamaica • Bank of Korea • Banco de México • Bank of Mozambique • Bank of Negara Malaysia • Bank of Tanzania • Banque du Liban • Banque Nationale de Belgique • Brunei Darussalam Monetary Authority • Cayman Islands Monetary Authority • Central Bank of Bahrain • Central bank of Barbados • Da Afghanistan Bank • Danmarks Nationalbank • De Nederlandsche Bank • Deutsche Bundesbank • European Central Bank • Hong Kong Monetary Authority • International Monetary Fund • Magyar Nemzeti Bank • Maldives Monetary Authority • Norges Bank • Oesterreichische Nationalbank • Palestine Monetary Authority • Qatar Central Bank • Reserve Bank of Australia • Reserve Bank of India • Reserve Bank of New Zealand • Saudi Arabian Monetary Authority • State Bank of Pakistan • Superintendencia de Bancos y Seguros, Ecuador • Sveriges Riksbank • The World Bank • Banco Central de Costa Rica • Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago • Central Bank of Swaziland • And more
- Early Bird: Book before the 31st May and save on your registration fee.
- Three for two: Book two colleagues and the third attends for free
- Meals and refreshments
- Course documentation and a complimentary copy of the most recent issue of the Central Banking journal
- Accommodation: 4-Day (3 nights) residential course
Substitute delegates can be accepted should the registered delegate be unable to attend; please let us know prior to the event.