Why Cape Town?
Cape Town has established itself as South Africa's second largest financial capital, with some of the continents most advanced technological capabilities, a well established regulatory framework, and a strong culture of financial services innovation and expertise. It has a wide variety of transport links, making it an easily accessible destination for neighbouring regions and the ideal location for this training course.
Central Banking Publications are also holding the 10th annual National Asset-Liability Management Africa conference in Cape Town on the 14th & 15th November, which provides the perfect partnership between training and conference.
How to get there?
Belmond Mount Nelson is located about 20km away from Cape Town International Airport.
Public transport is readily available in Cape Town. Either a 25 minute taxi journey or a 1hr journey on the A01 bus direct from Cape Town International Airport to Civic Centre and then a 10 minute bus ride to the hotel.
At the foot of Table Mountain is an inviting hotel, painted pink as a sign of peace in 1918. This exquisitely restored hotel is in a prime location within the Cape Town Civic Centre district.
The hotel is within a short reach of Green Point, Camps Bay and the surrounding beaches, as well as the bustling new-age feel that Cape Town has to offer in it's city centre.