Residential Training

Residential Training

Residential Training Events

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 residential 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.

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Windsor Training Series

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Week 1, 21 - 24 May 2019

  • FinTech: Innovation in Payments and Settlements

  • RegTech and SupTech: Disruptive Technology in Reporting, Regulation and Supervision

  • RiskTech: New Opportunities in Treasury, Risk and Compliance Technology

  • Cyber Risk and Resilience: Strategies, Policies and Frameworks for Central Banks

  • Big Data: Applications in Economic and Statistical Analysis

 

Week 2, 28 - 31 May 2019

  • Strategic Planning and Management: Delivering Change and Meeting Objectives

  • Central Bank Board: Good Governance, Resilience and Enhancing Performance

  • Communications, Media Relations and Engagement

  • Macro-prudential Policy: Implementing the Financial Stability Mandate

  • Good Practice in Banknote and Currency Management

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Cambridge Training Series

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Week 1, 10 -  13 September 2019

  • Effective Oversight of Financial Market Infrastructures
  • Risk Management for Central Banks
  • Monetary Operations: Tools and Techniques for Policy Implementation  
  • Financial Regulation and Supervision: Design and Implementation

 


 


 

Week 2, 17 - 20 September 2019

  • Human Resources and Effective Performance & Conduct Risk Management
  • Financial Inclusion and Mobile Payments: The Role of Central Banks and Regulators
  • Financial Reporting, Accountability and Independence in Central Banking
  • FinTech in Economic Analysis for Macro-prudential and Monetary Policymaking
  • Legal Risks: Governance, Compliance and an Evolving Legal Environment
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Asia Training Series

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November - December 2019

  • Financial Inclusion and Education: Strategy and Policies
  • Mobile Payments: Central Banks’ Role in Development, Oversight and Regulation
  • Reserve Management and Portfolio Techniques: Trends and Challenges 
  • Climate Risk and Sustainable Finance – New Roles for Central Banks and Regulators
  • RegTech and SupTech for AML, CFT and Anti-Fraud