CBM Events

The Central Bank of Malta organises a wide variety of events which are open to the public. Some of the events are also streamed live on social media. Follow us on LinkedIn and on Facebook to keep updated. When possible, the Bank uploads material related to the events onto this website, ranging from video recordings to the texts of speeches made and presentations. Look for the YouTube icon to access recordings.

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Please note that some of the events require prior registration and others are by invitation only.

Public lectures delve into an extensive range of topics including economics and finance, central banking law and institutional development, economic history, numismatics, as well as art history and social behaviour.

Conferences and research symposia foster open discussion with relevant stakeholders, including academics and financial market representatives. Foreign experts from both policy institutions and academia are usually invited to share their views and expertise on the theme of the conference.


  • 23 November 2023

    Annual Research Workshop 2023

    The Research Department of the Central Bank of Malta is organising a half-day virtual Research Workshop on Thursday 23 November 2023 wherein it is launching the Bank’s Annual Research Bulletin. The Bulletin is the Bank’s annual flagship research publication and is intended to showcase a selection of the Bank's research and make it available to a wider audience.

  • 19 October 2023 - 20 October 2023

    Dynare Conference 2023

    The 17th annual Dynare Conference will be held in person at the Central Bank of Malta, Valletta from 19th to 20th October 2023. The conference is organized by the Economic Research Department of the Central Bank of Malta, together with DSGE-net, and the Dynare project at CEPREMAP.

  • 07 October 2023

    The guardian of our financial system

    At the Bank’s currency museum, visitors will have the opportunity to tour its splendid selection of coins and banknotes. A counterfeit expert will also give valuable information. The exhibition: “Coinage in Malta: 2,500 years of history” will be displayed at Polverista, the former gunpowder building. The Bank’s gardens will open exclusively for the night, offering a variety of attractions.

  • 18 September 2023

    Seminar on the Financial Stability Report 2022 – Stability in a changing financial landscape

    The Central Bank of Malta’s Financial Stability Report is the Central Bank’s flagship report on Malta’s financial stability. This seminar entitled Stability in a Changing Financial Landscape will focus on the Bank’s recently published 15th Financial Stability Report which covers the developments that took place in 2022 in the Maltese financial sector.

  • 05 June 2023 - 15 June 2023

    Skart Għani - Sustainable Art Exhibition by Joseph Barbara

    The Central Bank of Malta is proud to host Skart Għani, a sustainable art exhibition by Joseph Barbara in honour of the late Fr Marius Zerafa, following his passing in October 2022.