Residential Training

Residential Training

Residential Training Events

Due to the unforeseen circumstances with COVID-19, Central Banking has realigned our traditional Training Series into an online format meaning that you can still benefit from our expert trainers in an interactive setting. We are offering 20 online training courses to help you with the progression in your career through interactive discussions, detailing best practice, understand regulations, analyse case studies and more...

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. Participation at the training seminars is limited to official-sector delegates.

Cambridge Training Virtual Series

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September 28 - October 3, 2020

  • AML/CFT: Implementing the risk based framework
  • Communications, media relations and engagement
  • Financial inclusion and education: strategies and policies
  • Financial regulation and supervision: policy and implementation
  • Financial reporting, accountability and independence in central banking
  • Fintech: innovation in payments and settlements
  • Human resources: facilitating change and performance
  • Legal risks: governance, compliance and an evolving legal environment
  • Monetary operations: tools and techniques for policy implementation
  • Risk management for central banks
Windsor Training Virtual Series

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November 9 - 13 2020

  • Big data and data science: advanced analytics in economics and finance
  • Business continuity planning and crisis management in central banks
  • Central Bank Board: Good Governance, Resilience and Enhancing Performance
  • Good Practice in Banknote and Currency Management
  • Internal Audit: Moving at the Speed of Innovation
  • Macro-prudential policy: preserving financial stability and resilience to systemic risk
  • Mobile Payments: Central Banks’ Role in Development, Oversight and Regulation
  • Regtech and Suptech: new opportunities in reporting, regulation and supervision
  • Social media strategies: effective communication and engagement for central banks
  • Strategic planning and project management: delivering change and meeting objectives