Central Banking produces a number of seminar/training courses, conferences, roundtables and study groups.
Central Banking’s “Leaders in Reserve Management Service provides for the first time and in one place, a snapshot of what central bankers think of providers of reserve management services.More information
The recognition that financial systems can be usefully understood as a complex web of dynamic relations between financial institutions and markets is changing the way central bankers and supervisors work. The key to this new way thinking is network theory. To this end, Central Banking Publications and Kimmo Soramäki have designed this two-day training course to provide practitioners with the latest developments and good practice methods to utilise network theory and analytics.More information
Taking place at the Intercontinental Abu Dhabi on 12 November 2018, this newly announced training course will be led by expert speaker Vijoy P. Chattergy. Vijoy is the founder and president of VMLH, LLC, a consulting firm for global institutional investors. In his current role Mr. Chattergy provides strategic and practical recommendations to some of the world’s largest asset management firms and trade associations. He is often invited to speak at conferences or to comment on industry trends by the financial media and expert networks.More information
With an esteemed line-up of international speakers, drawn from across Europe, Asia and the Middle East, the forum will inform and provide insight to all participants during the one-day programme. The day’s sessions will present a comprehensive overview of the challenges and opportunities facing sovereign investors.More information
Central Banking's Asia Seminar Series, created exclusively for central banks, financial regulators, government debt management offices, ministries of finance and national treasuries around the world to equip you with the means to meet the increasing challenges which they face professionally.More information
This year we will focus on investment challenges in a world of low returns; managing asset allocation, investment and the optimisation of balance sheets and portfolios; and changes to market structures and the implications for reserve managers.More information