Roundtables & Working Groups

Since 1999, CBP has hosted closed-door specialised discussion forums for central bankers and the community.

Topics addressed over the years have included: reserve management, accounting frameworks, equities, gold, the renminbi, technology and payments. The agenda for the meetings, which take place in an intimate roundtable format and are targeted at senior policymakers and managers, is tailored each year to the needs of the participants.

In 2014 we launched a series of roundtable events in partnership with Bank of China (Hong Kong) focussing on the Renminbi, its internationalisation and use as a reserve currency. Attendees of this inaugural Renminbi Roundtable were unanimous in agreeing that this one-day event is an invaluable opportunity to come to gain detailed, practical insights into the renminbi and hear - first-hand - experiences of investing from central bank peers.

Central Banking continues to speak to the Central banking and Official sector community and the commercial sector specialist to create insightful, meaningful and beneficial roundtable meetings. Your views are important to help shape the agenda and content of future events. To discuss or introduce new concepts and ideas please contact: Nick Carver, Publisher of Central Banking or John Cook, Commercial Director.


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