Central Banking has signed memoranda of understanding (MoUs) with departments of Renmin and Zhejiang universities in China, laying the ground for collaboration on research and events, particularly relating to fintech.
Representatives of Renmin University’s International Monetary Institute, and the International Business School and Academy of Internet Finance at Zhejiang University, signed the agreements today (May 7).
The agreements include “collaborative academic activities”, such as conferences and workshops, as well as joint research, sharing of information and the exchange of researchers.
David Pagliaro, managing director of Infopro Digital, Central Banking’s parent company, stressed the growing importance of fintech during remarks at the signing ceremony.
“By establishing new partnerships with respected authorities in the areas of research and innovation, we deliver on the enduring mission of Central Banking: to serve the central banking community,” he said.