Central Banking produces a number of seminar/training courses, conferences, roundtables and study groups.
The 11th annual National Asset-Liability Management Asia conference returns to Singapore. This must-attend event for decisions makers from central banks, sovereign investors, state pension funds & treasuries to come together and discuss the latest industry trends & challenges.More information
In 2018 technological innovation is transforming financial markets. Already, services, verticals and supply chains have changed on an unprecedented scale and at an unprecedented speed. But revolutionary opportunities bring revolutionary risks. Cryptocurrencies are forcing central banks to take sides, Artificial Intelligence pushing regulators out of their comfort zone, and Automated Reporting re-inventing the supervisory cycle. Yet, central bankers and supervisors increasingly recognise that it is no longer enough to be just a fast follower. Leading decision-makers know that a pro-active approach to FinTech, RegTech and SupTech represents the only feasible strategy. To this end, Central Banking Publications will host the two-day Central Banking FinTech&RegTech Summit to enable practitioners to make the most of technological innovation - and provide them with the latest developments and good practice for utilising new FinTech, RegTech and SupTech tools such as Distributed Ledger Technology, Machine Learning and Cloud Computing to: Better manage supervisory data and practices Advance and encourage financial inclusion Effectively manage new types of financial, operational and compliance risk Better understand systemic risk Harness technology for payments and market infrastructureMore 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