Monetary and financial account statistics

Monetary and financial statistics are core statistics for central banks. They are used in particular to signal possible risks to price stability arising from nominal development, to assess development in sectors’ balance sheet as relevant for the economic diagnosis and forecasting or to identify macro-prudential imbalances.

This training seminar will focus on the elaboration of monetary and financial account statistics and their use for monetary, economic and macro-prudential analysis.


Dates: 23-25 May 2023

Apply before: 20 May 2023

Language: English and French with simultaneous translation

Location: Online

Contact: Julio Ramos Tallada



The seminar will cover in particular the following topics:

  • Overview of the use of financial and economic account indicators, and challenges ahead
  • Main international reforms and initiatives: revision of the SNA, data gaps
  • Methodology for banking and non-banking financial statistics (investment funds, derivatives, SIFIM)
  • Practical examples of monetary and financial data use: inflation expectations, monetary policy, green rating



The seminar is intended for statisticians and economists from central banks who draw up and use monetary and financial account statistics. Participants will be invited to participate actively: contributing to a survey, discussing on-line with the speakers, assessing the seminar.

Updated on: 05/24/2023 16:07