The Bank of England’s Centre for Central Banking Studies (CCBS) runs an extensive programme of events for central bankers and financial regulators from around the world. Our mission is to encourage best practice in central bank policymaking and operations, and to build networks across the global central bank and regulatory community.
What does the CCBS do?
We have three main areas of activity:
- We run a substantial programme of international central banking seminars, which are attended by experts from central banks and regulators from all over the world – our speciality since 1990.
- We are responsible for the Central Banking Qualification, which the Bank has set up in partnership with Warwick University to train the next generation of central bankers.
- We contribute to the Bank of England’s research.
We run a full and varied programme of events and training courses, both in London and abroad, which reflects the diversity of the Bank’s responsibilities. Our courses encourage frank and thought-provoking discussions, and provide opportunities for people taking part to share insights and get a broader perspective on their area of expertise.