17 ta' Marzu 2022

Webinar - 20 Years of Euro Banknotes and Coins

  • Post: MS Teams
  • Data Minn: 17/03/2022 14:30:00
  • Data Sa: 17/03/2022 15:45:00
  • Persuna għall-kuntatt: Mr Silvio Galea
  • Email għall-kuntatt: Formola Elettronika

20 Years of Euro Banknotes and Coins

Stqarrijia tal-Aħbarijiet maħruġa wara l-Webinar: Għoxrin Sena tal-Karti tal-Flus u l-Muniti tal-Euro


  • Participation is free and open to the public, however registration is required and is open until Wednesday, 16 March 2022.


  • Opening Address - Professor Edward Scicluna
  • Presentations:
    • Advantages of euro cash and what lies ahead for the single currency - Ms Elaine Lenzo
    • The international role of the euro - Mr Gilles Noblet
    • Monetary policy in the euro area since 1999 - Mr John Caruana

Speakers' Biographies

  • Professor Edward Scicluna
  • Ms Elaine Lenzo
    • Elaine Lenzo is a senior currency analyst at the Central Bank of Malta.  She received her BA in Economics from the University of Malta in 2005 and joined the cash department of the Central Bank of Malta thereafter. She gained experience in technical analysis and is responsible for forecasting the yearly currency requirements and monitors the recycling activities carried out by third parties. She is also responsible of the Bank’s educational campaign on the Euro currency. 
  • Mr Gilles Noblet
    • Gilles Noblet is Principal Adviser at the Directorate General for International and European Relations of the European Central Bank (ECB). Before that, he served as Adviser to the ECB President and the Chief of his office. Gilles Noblet worked previously for the Banque de France as - inter alia - Head of the European Relations Division, Representative in New-York and Head of the Governor’s office.
  • Mr John Caruana
    • John Caruana joined the Central Bank of Malta in 1991 and spent most of his career in the Economics Division. He currently heads the Bank’s Monetary Policy, Eurosystem and International Relations Department. He is a member of the European Central Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee and was for several years an alternate member on the Market Operations Committee. Mr Caruana read philosophy, politics and economics at Oxford University, and also holds a master’s degree in economics from the University of Warwick. 

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