Residential Training

Residential Training

Residential Training Series

Since 1999, CBP has hosted roundtable seminars and training courses for over 6,000 senior policymakers from central banks, ministries of finance and financial regulatory agencies around the world. Senior officials from more than 140 countries have attended these meetings over the past decade and a half. Central Banking Publications run three training series across the year in Windsor, Cambridge and Kuala Lumpur. All of the training series host seminars on current challenging topics which are tailored exclusively for central banks and financial institutions.

Windsor Training Series

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Week 1, 17-20 April 2018

  • Communications, Media Relations and Engagement
  • Good Governance and Safeguarding Independence
  • FinTech: Opportunities and Challenges in Payment Systems
  • Corporate Services: Optimising Resources and Operational Functions in Central Banking
  • Macro-prudential Policy: Implementing the Financial Stability Mandate


Week 2, 24 - 27 April 2018

  • Strategic Planning: Delivering Change and Meeting Objectives
  • Legal Risks: Governance, Compliance and an Evolving Legal Environment
  • Effective Internal Audit for Central Banks
  • Good Practice in Banknote and Currency Management
  • Risk-based Insurance Regulation and Supervision
Cambridge Training Series

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Week 1, 11 - 14 September 2018

  • Effective Oversight of Financial Market Infrastructures
  • AML/CFT: Implementing the Risk-based Framework
  • Financial Reporting, Accountability and Independence in Central Banking
  • Risk Management for Central Banks


Week 2, 18 - 21 September 2018

  • Financial Regulation and Supervision: Design and Implementation
  • Monetary Operations: Tools and Techniques for Policy Implementation
  • Human Resources: Facilitating Change and Performance
  • Big Data: New Opportunities in Economic and Statistical Analysis
Kuala Lumpur Training Series

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27 - 29 November 2018

  • Mobile Payments: Central Banks’ Role in Development, Oversight and Regulation
  • Financial Inclusion and Education: Strategies and Policies
  • Business Resilience: BCP and Crisis Management in Central Banking
  • NEW! Cyber Risk and Resilience: Strategies, Policies and Frameworks for Central Banks
  • NEW! RegTech and SupTech: New Opportunities in Reporting, Regulation and Supervision