Fintech employees trained in AI in just over one-third of central banks

Senior management staff are least trained across jurisdictions

The majority of central banks do not train staff in artificial intelligence (AI), the Fintech Benchmarks 2024 finds. 

Only 13 (37.1%) of 35 central banks say they offer such training. Seventeen (48.6%) jurisdictions say they do not. However, five (14.3%) central banks say they have such plans in the works. 

On staff eligibility for AI training, 12 (70.6%) of 17 institutions say all staff are eligible for the training. Only IT departmental staff are trained in eight (47.1%) jurisdictions. Senior

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