Martina Horáková is managing director of the International Mint Industry Association and an independent central banking and regulatory specialist with 15 years of experience in research, publishing, event content production and knowledge management.
She previously worked for a decade at Central Banking, where she led research programmes, produced seminars and wrote analytical content, before founding her own consulting and content company.
Horáková has produced numerous analytical articles in various publications, as well as a book, Financial independence and accountability for central banks, co-edited with Kenneth Sullivan. She studied economics at FU Berlin, and holds an MSc in development economics from SOAS University of London.
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