Apply now for the International Central Banking Courses 2023. Find out more about our new format "Current Focus", the extension of the MoU with the Bank of Namibia, the EU-funded follow-up project with the Western Balkans, the new deputy head of our Representative Office in New York and two bilateral activities with the central banks of Malawi and South Korea.
Finally we can meet in person again: first in-person course in Frankfurt, two change of office ceremonies in Mumbai and São Paulo, signing of an MoU in Kenya and closing event for the EU-funded programme for the Western Balkans. Even more activities are scheduled to take place in person in the second half of the year. Course planning is complete.
Intensive debate about the digital transformation at central banks and “Financial stability, probabilities of default and COVID-19”, new faces at our representations abroad and a look ahead to new courses in 2022.
Looking back on 30 years of central bank cooperation – key issues remain – shift in focus, looking ahead to our online course programme for the first half of 2021, insights into EU twinning project with the National Bank of Albania and courses on cash management
Insights into the new normal. Closing ceremony of EU twinning project in Montenegro in compliance with strict hygiene rules. Personal experience with our online courses. Many new topics on offer – banking supervision, cash management, financial stability, statistics.
Launch of new web-seminar series. Active digital exchange. Maximum 20 persons per seminar. First topics are „Application and impact of IFRS 9 in times of COVID-19” and “Consumer price indices: digitalisation, new data sources, and the COVID-19 pandemic”.
The seminar planning for 2020 has recently been finalised and we are pleased to present in our newsletter, amongst other things, four brand new international courses on the topics of social media, fintech, environment management and cash management.