The chosen format of meetings - roundtable discussions under the Chatham House Rule - is designed to encourage delegates to share experiences and benchmark practices and policies in a confidential environment. The venue - Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park - is chosen to allow delegates to step back from day-to-day pressures and swap perspectives with peers. As an independent organisation, Central Banking Publications arranges a diverse group of presenters drawn from the official sector, markets, the media and academia to stimulate wide-ranging discussion of sensitive issues. Attendance at the training seminars is limited to official-sector delegates.
Course Fee: GBP 3400
Speakers: Course Chair Chris Gale former Senior Vice President Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, Course Chair John Jussup former General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Bank of Canada, Course Chair Marek Petruš Director and Senior Policy Advisor OG Research and former Director of the General Secretariat Czech National Bank, Course Chair Richard Heckinger former Vice President and Senior Policy Adviser Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, Course Chair Janet Cosier former Adviser on Strategic Planning and Risk Management Bank of Canada, Course Chair Atilla Arda Senior Financial Sector Expert International Monetary Fund, Course Chair Klaus Gressenbauer Director Internal Audit European Central Bank and Chairman of the Internal Auditors Committee European System of Central Banks, Course Chair Antti Heinonen Chairman Banknote Ethics Initiative and former Director Banknotes European Central Bank