What is Central Banking Publications?
For over 25 years Central Banking Publications has been a trusted provider of independent, authoritative and relevant information, commentary and analysis to the central banking community. Central Banking’s events division is the leading independent organiser of public policy seminars/training courses for the official sector.
Since 1999, Central Banking Publications has hosted roundtable training for the official sector which has been attended by more than 6,000 senior policy makers from central banks in more than 140 countries.
This year's Training Series will take place in the heart of the city of Cambridge, home to the University of Cambridge – the ancient seat of learning, research and innovation that during more than eight centuries of its history educated many notable alumni, including almost 100 Nobel laureates.
Downing College, where the four-day residential course will be held, is often described as the ‘oldest of the new colleges and the newest of the old’. The College is fully equipped for modern events and occupies a relaxed location offering guests the opportunity to step back from their day-to-day work, to think strategically and to learn from their peers in central banks around the world.
How can the training series help you?
This training series equips senior decision-makers in financial institutions around the world to meet the increasing challenges they face professionally.
The interactive roundtable seminars and workshops offer practical examples of the demands facing central banks. The panel of expert speakers combine practical central banking experience and expertise in the technical aspects as well as views from private sector experts.
This format, as more than 6,000 central bankers and regulators can attest, encourages delegates to quiz panellists, raise issues and discuss solutions to the specific challenges they face.