CEMLA since 1952 is the Association of Central Banks of Latin America and the Caribbean.

Our main objectives are: To promote a better understanding of monetary and banking matters; help with improving the training of central bank staff; conduct research and systematize the results, and provide information to members about events of international and regional interest in the areas of monetary and financial policies.

Calendar for 2020Training and formation activities on economic and central banking topics

PublicationsSelection of publications that analyze the main financial and monetary topics of the central bank of the region.

Rodrigo Gómez
Central Bank Award Annual award for the preparation of studies that are of interest to the central bank.

Central BanksThe external structure includes 52 members, 30 of which are associated.



Remittances offset the post-holiday budget crunch:
Up 5.18%

The Center for Latin American Monetary Studies (CEMLA) noted that the previous year a total of 100 million dollars of daily shipments were made for an average amount of $303. This occurred despite the fact that the level of employment of immigrant workers was reduced, although it was accompanied by an increase in average wages which led to an increase in the wage bill.

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