March 20-31, 2017, Mexico City, Mexico,
April 3-6, 2017,
New York, United States.
Deadline registration date:
February 24, 2017
1. The central bank in the new international context. An analytical framework.
2. The central bank and the macroeconomic framework.
3. Banknote issuance.
4. The financial system and the central bank. Different viewpoints.
5. Monetary policy.
7. Study visit to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Provide participants with a view of the fundamental aspects of central banking under the complex current environment, underlining the interconnection of diverse substantial areas of central banks, and their links with the rest of the financial system and the internal and external macroeconomic frameworks.
Qualified professionals (lawyers, actuaries, financiers, staff from payment systems, communicators, systems designers, economists, accountants, etc.) with experience in core central bank areas and a career path geared towards decision making positions in their institutions and, therefore, with interest on and need for a comprehensive central banking approach. Participants should be able to attend sessions in Spanish during their stay in Mexico, and in English during their stay in New York.
Spanish without simultaneous translation in Mexico City and in English without simultaneous translation in New York.