Central Banking produces a number of seminar/training courses, conferences, roundtables and study groups.
As part of the Windsor Training Series, Big Data: New Opportunities in Economic and Statistical Analysis will look at key topics from best processes for data management and analytics, the opportunities the cloud brings for data management to what good governance looks like when managing big data.More information
As part of the Windsor Training Series, Prudential Regulation and Supervision: Challenges in an Era of Financial Disruption will address the key challenges confronting the regulatory and supervisory community. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of: how to manage the financial risk of climate change and the best way to respond as regulators, technological disruptions such as CBDCs and the management of innovation, cyber resilience at a time of remote working, and emerging standards in financial regulation broadly.More information
As part of the Windsor Training Series, Risk Management for Central Banks will give participants an understanding of the tools and methodologies used to create sound a risk management framework. Expert speakers will demonstrate how to turn theory and lessons from other sectors into central banking practice in monitoring and mitigating risks. From an institutional perspective, the course shows how to build and leverage an effective relationship between risk, internal audit and compliance.More information
As part of the Windsor Training Series, Good Practice in Banknote and Currency Management is designed to equip central bankers to meet the main challenges facing currency experts at a time of technology-driven change in markets, platforms and policies.More information
In 2021, Central Banking is excited to announce its new Central Banking Meetings. Taking place in Spring, Summer and Autumn; these meetings will cover a variety of different topics including; monetary policy, financial stability, climate risk, reserve management, fintech and currency and payments.More information