International Seminars & Training

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York's seminars, training programs and conferences position the New York Fed as a leader in policy, technology and education for central bankers from around the world.

The New York Fed's Central Banking Seminar gives participants a broad overview of the nature and function of financial markets and institutions in the United States, as well as exposure to several issues relevant to the effective functioning of the global financial markets.

A separate curriculum of specialized courses offers in-depth training in key topic areas, including monetary policy implementation, financial institution supervision and payments and market infrastructure.

Central Banking Seminar

The Central Banking Seminar is offered annually in October at the New York Fed. The program is designed to broaden the experience of central bankers who have been identified as potential leaders by their respective institutions.

Applicants should be at least mid-level officers with sufficient education and work experience to be able to take advantage of the material and interactive format. Participants should have some background in financial markets and monetary and financial policy to derive maximum benefit from the program. Fluency in English is also key.

For 2018, the Central Banking Seminar will be held from October 1 through October 5.

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Central Banking Forum
Co-sponsored with Bank Indonesia, Bali, Indonesia

The Central Banking Forum is a joint New York Fed-Bank Indonesia conference which will take place on the sidelines of this year’s IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings in Bali.

The conference will highlight current global economic and monetary policy developments with a focus on developments in the U.S. and Asia.

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Specialized Training Courses

The Specialized Training Courses are offered once or twice a year during the spring and fall and last three or four days. The courses feature in-depth presentations by experts from the specialty areas and, in selected instances, speakers from outside of the New York Fed.

For 2018, training courses will be offered in the following topic areas:

  • Supervision
  • U.S. Monetary Policy Implementation
  • Payments and Market Infrastructure
  • Risk Management & Internal Audit
  • Management in the Central Bank
  • U.S. Economy: Interpreting the Indicators
  • Portfolio Management: Current Trends in Dollar Asset Markets
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Why Apply?

Speakers at both the Central Banking Seminar and specialized courses are recognized experts in economics, monetary policy, financial regulation, payment systems and the financial markets. Participants have the opportunity to meet and speak with presenters, Federal Reserve Bank officials and other senior policymakers.

The New York Fed's training programs offer participants extensive opportunities for networking. Attendees connect with colleagues from around the world, thereby deepening their understanding of issues relevant to all policymakers. Many of the relationships established during the seminar have lasted, facilitating communication among central bankers to the mutual benefit of individuals and institutions.

2018 Training Brochure

Session Dates
Management in the Central Bank
September 24 – September 26, 2018
September 24 – September 27, 2018
Central Banking Seminar
October 1 – October 5, 2018
Central Banking Forum
Co-sponsored with Bank Indonesia, Bali, Indonesia

October 9 – October 10, 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
Risk Management and Internal Audit
May 2019
Payments and Market Infrastructure
May 2019

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