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The International Banking and Finance Institute

The International Banking and Finance Institute, created in 1997, is in charge of the Banque de France’s external cooperation. This includes the organisation of international training programmes, as well as technical cooperation with foreign central banks and supervisory bodies.

The IBFI proposes series of training seminars, typically lasting 2 to 5 days and covering all central bank functions. Topics evolve according to the needs expressed by our partners. The seminars include theoretical and practical presentations, situational exercises and case studies. 

The IBFI also provides technical assistance to foreign central banks and supervisory bodies, by sending Banque de France experts to take part in bilateral or multilateral missions (IMF, World Bank, EU).

To register for an IBFI seminar, please refer to the table below and click on “Apply” for the seminar of your choice:

Seminar
Language*
Duration
Date
Location
Apply before
To Apply
Course details and programme
Introduction to DSGE modelsE516-20 JanuaryParis10/12/2016ClosedMonetary policy
Payment systems and means of paymentF/E2

31 January

1 February

Rabat

(Morocco)

By invitation-Markets and operations
International Economics and International RelationsE31-3 FebruaryParis12/12/2016ClosedMonetary policy
Legal experts and financial crisesF/E421-24 FebruaryParis10/01/2017ClosedPrudential regulation and supervision
External vulnerabilities (joint ICD)E/F 5Paris19/01/2017ClosedMonetary policy

Consumer protection, financial inclusion and education

F/E520-24 MarchParis20/01/2017ClosedPrudential regulation and supervision

Anti Money Laundering (Tunis)

F321-23 MarchTunis28/02/2017-Prudential regulation and supervision
Corporate credit risk assessment in a central bankF/E428-31 MarchParis28/01/2017ClosedMarkets and operations
Financial and operational risk management in a central bankE517-21 AprilDenpasar, IndonesiaBy invitation-Markets and operations
Anti Money Laundering (Beyrouth)F/E325-27 AprilBeyrouth25/02/2017ClosedPrudential regulation and supervision
Central bank accounting and budget managementF/E425-28 AprilParis25/02/2017ClosedCentral bank governance

Financial and operational risk management

F/E4,515-19 MayParis15/03/2017ClosedMarkets and operations

Financial stability policy of central banks (joint with the JVI)

E515-19 MayVienne14/02/2017ClosedFinancial stability
Digital transformation and financial stability in the Euro-Méditerranean area (joint with the World Bank)F/E217-18 MayCasablancaSur invitation-Financial stability
ResilienceF/E28-9 JuneParis07/05/17ClosedCentral bank governance

Financial stability and macroprudential policies of central banks

F/E45-8 SeptemberParis05/07/17ApplyFinancial stability
Transforming a central bankF/E311-13 SeptemberParis11/07/17ApplyCentral bank governance

Unconventional monetary policies

F/E227-29 SeptemberParis27/07/17ApplyMonetary policy
Market infrastructures and payment systemsF/E33-5 OctoberParis03/08/17ApplyMarkets and operations

Stress testing (joint with FRB)

F/E516-19 OctoberParis16/08/17ApplyPrudential regulation and supervision

The use of DSGE models for policy analysis (level 2)

E59-13 OctoberParis09/08/17ApplyMonetary policy
Internal audit and risk management in a central bankF/E414-17 NovemberParis14/09/17ApplyCentral bank governance
Anti Money Laundering (Madagascar)F37-9 NovemberAntananarivo07/09/17-Prudential regulation and supervision
Balance of payments and other external statisticsF/E420-23 NovemberParis20/09/17ApplyMonetary policy

Recent developments in insurance supervision

F3,527-30 NovemberParis27/09/17ApplyPrudential regulation and supervision
Back-office operationsF/E45-8 DecemberParis05/10/17ApplyMarkets and operations

 * Note : the languages for seminars are F for French, E for English

Updated on: 07/07/2017 12:12