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Workshop on Risk Management and Oversight of Payments and Market Infrastructures
  • DATE:
    June 28-30, 2016, San Salvador, El Salvador.
  • Deadline registration date:
    May 27, 2016
    CEMLA and Banco Central de Reserva de El Salvador.
    Current challenges for oversight of payments and financial market infrastructures (FMI) in Latin America and the Caribbean. Origins and prospects of the oversight of payments and FMI. The Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures (PFMI): current state of implementation and the way ahead for non-CPMI countries. Retail payments’ disruption: e-money, cards and digital currencies. Challenges for oversight of retail payments in the digital era. FMI associated risks: resilience (operational and general business risks), recovery and resolution. Recent developments in securities market infrastructures. Recent developments on the oversight function for selected Latin American and Caribbean countries. Cooperation and dialogue concerning the oversight of payments and FMI. Changes in the payments industry and red flags for oversight. Cross border payments: correspondent banking, de-risking and financial crime. Applicability of PFMI to non-systemically important payment systems. Financial inclusion: new players, schemes and business models. Financial inclusion challenges for oversight.
  • Objective:
    To debate and exchange experiences and knowledge in the design and implementation of these functions of management and oversight, in accordance with international best practices.
    Professionals of central banks and financial authorities involved in developing, implementing and executing oversight of payment and market infrastructures in Latin America and the Caribbean.
    English and Spanish with simultaneous translation.
    Raúl Morales.
    Financial Markets and Infrastructure Manager
    Phone: +52 (55) 5061-6676
    Email: mmorales@cemla.org


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