Central Banking Meetings Summer

In 2021, Central Banking is excited to announce its new Central Banking Meetings. Taking place in Spring, Summer and Autumn; these meetings will cover a variety of different topics including; monetary policy, financial stability, climate risk, reserve management, fintech and currency and payments.

Featuring vital discussions from the most influential speakers.

At The Marriott Hotel in Brussels on June 16 the most influential and senior central bankers are invited to gather for an in-person meeting which will facilitate a peer-to-peer dialogue that will give central banks the chance to exchange ideas, innovation and best practices. The online event on June 13-15 will allow our global central audience to take part in lively debates, hear from our exciting keynotes and reunite with leaders from central banks around the world.

 

Monetary Policy & Financial Stability
  • Monetary policy normalisation and the outlook for inflation
  • The impact of digital currencies on central banking/ monetary policy spillovers and policy responses
  • Changes in the financial stability post-pandemic toolkit
Governance
  • Approaches to diversity and inclusion
  • Incorporating climate into central bank governance 
    digitalisation as a driver for female financial inclusion
  • How central banks are hiring and retaining talent
Climate
  • Developing effective stress testing models
  • Is the 'greenium worth paying?'
  • ESG disclosures: should they be regulated or mandatory?
Reserve Management
  • Outlook for reserve currencies and investment opportunities
  • Next steps for diversification and sustainable investing
  • Portfolio management in a elevated inflation environment  
Fintech
  • How to encourage a healthy fintech eco-system
  • Applications of AI, big data and cloud technology
  • New developments in suptech and regtech to mitigate cyber risks 
Currency & Payments
  • Developing a CBDC framework
  • Cross border payments after the G20 global roadmap
  • Sustainability in currency and payments 

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