Central Banking hosts a number of different events, including:
In 2008, Central Banking Publications launched its series of National Asset-Liability Management conferences. Held across four continents, these conferences provide the ideal forum for those charged with managing national balance sheets to discuss issues and share experiences with peers.
These two-day conferences, comprised of interactive panels, thought-provoking presentations and invaluable networking opportunities attract senior professionals from central banks, sovereign wealth funds and managers of official sector assets & liabilities.
Since 1999, CBP has hosted roundtable seminars and training courses for over 6,000 senior policymakers from central banks, ministries of finance and financial regulatory agencies around the world. Senior officials from more than 140 countries have attended these meetings over the past decade and a half. Central Banking Publications run three training series across the year in Windsor, Cambridge and Abu Dhabi.
Launched in 2017, Central Banking’s Public Training Courses respond to the demand for in-depth learning on key technical and methodological topics through a direct, hands-on experience. Led by an expert tutor, these Public Training courses are interactive and offer delegates an opportunity to expand their knowledge and understanding from presentation and workshop sessions. The first 2017 course is “Network Theory and Analytics”.
In 2014 Central Banking Publications launched the Renminbi Roundtable event in partnership with Bank of China (Hong Kong) focussing on China’s currency, its internationalisation and use as a reserve currency. In response to continued demand from reserve managers, Central Banking Publications, in partnership with Bank of China (Hong Kong), holds annual Renminbi Roundtables twice a year, most recently in Mexico City and Copenhagen.
Held annually in Abu Dhabi, the Sovereign Investor Forum roundtable focuses on the challenges facing those charged with managing assets in sovereign investors and central banks. With support from industry, the meetings have featured participation from central banks and funds from within the Middle East region and without.
The Central Banking Awards recognise the excellence achieved in the Central Banking community. Each year we recognise achievement in central banks and the industries that serve them. Judged by a committee drawn from the advisory board, the 2018 Awards feature a programme of 20 Awards.