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Seminar on Central Banking and Governance 2018. Towards the New Strategy and Functions of Central Banks

 

  • DATE:
    September 19–21, 2018, Madrid, Spain.
  • Deadline registration date:
    August 1st, 2018
  • CO-SPONSORS:
    CEMLA and Banco de España.
  • CONTENT:
    Functions and performance of central banks: The strategy and lines of action of the monetary and supervisory institutions. The transparency of central banks and access to third-party information. Ethical and conduct codes applicable to the administration and employees. Modernization, document management and digital transformation of our institutions. The influence of financial technology in the configuration of central banks. The new operators of the financial system from the perspective of supervisory institutions. Challenges and strategies. Improvements in the governance of central banks. The role of the secretariats and coordinated areas of the governing bodies and institutions. Organization of committees and commissions of central banks. Different examples Special lectures: Public institutions in Latin American; economic and financial particularities. Technological innovation and its influence on the financial system; special analysis of its impact on financial inclusion. Public sector and intervention in the economy: a historical approach.
  • Objective:
    Provide the various representatives of the articipating central banks with a framework to analyze the models to follow and the best practices learned on central bank governance. the rest of the financial system and the macroeconomic and external frameworks.
  • AIMED AT:
    Professionals from CEMLA’s Latin American and the Caribbean member central banks who have a high level of understanding of central bank governance issues, allowing them to actively participate in the discussions of the Seminar and its working groups.
  • LANGUAGE:
    Spanish and English with simultaneous interpretation.
  • COORDINATOR:
    Jimena Carretero
    Training Manager
    jcarretero@cemla.org

 

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