International Services, Seminars & Training

The New York Fed seminars, training programs, and conferences—and our account relationships with the international central banking community—position the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as a leader in policy, technology, and education for central bankers. On behalf of the Federal Reserve System, we provide correspondent and custodial banking services for central banks, monetary authorities, and certain international organizations to facilitate their official financial operations.
Services for Central Banks
Services for Central Banks

Central banks and monetary institutions around the world hold a sizable portion of their international reserves in U.S. dollars. The New York Fed provides accounts where these official institutions may choose to hold, transact in, and invest in U.S. dollars. The banking services associated with these accounts include payment services, custodial services for securities and gold, and investment services. See Services to Central Banks for more information on the services provided.

About 250 official account holders maintain approximately $3 trillion in U.S. dollar-denominated assets in custody at the New York Fed, which represents about half of the world's overall official U.S. dollar reserves.

The New York Fed maintains a secure website for the sole use of its official international account holders. Central banks interested in learning more about this service should contact

Seminars & Training
Register for the Spring 2018 Specialized Training Courses

In addition to the Central Banking Seminar, the Bank also offers specialized courses in Supervision, Monetary Policy, Management, Risk, Payments and Market Infrastructure, the U.S. Economy and Portfolio Management.

See the full schedule of sessions for 2018.

2018 Training Brochure pdf


Visitor Appointments
Should you or your colleagues wish to meet with New York Fed officials, please send an email to

In your communication, we ask that you include the following information:

  • Topics you wish to cover during the visit
  • A list of specific questions that you would like the staff to address
  • The names, titles, and where appropriate the responsibilities of all representatives of your institution who will be visiting the bank

We ask that these requests be sent at least three weeks in advance of the visit. We encourage flexibility with exact dates and times of meetings in order to accommodate scheduling conflicts and previous commitments by Bank staff. The International Affairs and Strategy Office will send you an itinerary prior to your appointment.

Technical Assistance

The International Affairs and Strategy Office coordinates technical assistance efforts on behalf of the Bank. On occasion, staff members make onsite visits to central banks and provide technical assistance in monetary policy, bank supervision, payment services and other central bank activities.

Central banks and regulatory authorities across the world regularly make use of our Specialized Training Programs

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Services for Financial Institutions
Business Development Office
East Rutherford Operations Center
(800) 257-6701

Choose from a detailed list of contacts for Account Services, Automated Clearing House (FedACH), Fedwire, Saving Bond Service and more.
Financial Services Contacts offsite
Services for Central Banks
Central Bank and International Account Services (CBIAS)
(212) 720-5679
Monday to Friday, 8:30am - 5:30pm, (EDT)
Seminars and Training
Maylene Santiago
(212) 720-5489
Visitor Appointments
Krista Arfsten
(212) 720-6255
Training Dates
Risk Management and Internal Audit
May 14 – May 17, 2018
Payments and Market Infrastructure
May 14 – May 17, 2018
May 21 – May 24, 2018
U.S. Monetary Policy Implementation
May 21 – May 24, 2018
Management in the Central Bank
September 24 – September 26, 2018
September 24 – September 27, 2018
Central Banking Seminar
October 1 – October 5, 2018
U.S Economy: Interpreting the Indicators
October 9 – October 11, 2018
Portfolio Management
October 9 – October 12, 2018
U.S. Monetary Policy Implementation
October 9 – October 12, 2018