The wide range of tasks
The following pages contain information on the cooperation of the Bundesbank’s Centre for Technical Central Bank Cooperation with interested foreign central banks.
Following a brief description of technical central bank cooperation activities, the ensuing pages will centre on the instruments used, which range from international central banking courses in Germany to bilateral specialist seminars both in Germany and abroad, and on-site advisory agreements on very specialised issues at the relevant central bank. This wide range of tools allows the Bundesbank to tailor its offering to the needs of the respective target group at each of its partner central banks.
The team at the Centre for Technical Central Bank Cooperation draws on the long-standing tradition of working together with foreign central banks. Over the years, this has resulted in many close personal relationships being formed which go beyond the purely institutional nature of such contacts. The demand for services in the area of technical central bank cooperation remains high.
The Bundesbank will continue to endeavour to satisfy this demand in the future. The high demand for such services is both recognition and motivation for staff at the Centre for Technical Central Bank Cooperation.
The annual report provides a comprehensive insight into the work of the Centre for Technical Central Bank Cooperation.