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02/09/2019

Central Bank of Malta and University of Nottingham launch two training courses in Central Banking

Central bankers from Europe, Africa and the Middle East will be joining some of their Maltese counterparts for two courses being organised in Valletta, Malta by the Central Bank of Malta.

A number of University of Malta graduates will also be attending the intensive five-day courses.

The courses are part of a three-year agreement with the University of Nottingham, which will result in further bilateral opportunities over its duration.

The two high-level training courses on macroeconomics and monetary policy will be delivered by two professors from the University’s School of Economics – Alejandro Riaño and Paul Mizen, with the latter also delivering a public lecture on Brexit on September 18. More information on this lecture is already available on the Bank’s website but further details will be issued in due course.

This educational initiative is one of several being undertaken by the Bank as part of its corporate social responsibility programme, which is aimed at helping the career development of its own staff as well as offering unique opportunities to others in Malta interested or involved in this important sphere.

This particular event also strengthens an ongoing networking initiative by the Bank with other central banks in the region and beyond, as well as deepening links between the Bank and UK universities.

Information on courses and events being organised by the Bank is available here.

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