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Seminars
Payment Systems
Event Date:

11.09.2017-14.09.2017

Event Coordinator:

Arda Tekirdağ

This seminar is an overview of international standards and recent global developments in the payments area including the payment and securities settlement systems and payment instruments. The seminar provides participants with detailed information on the main technical terms used in the payment systems and payment instruments areas, discusses the international standards and recent global developments in these areas and explains the implementations in Turkey.

Target Audience: The seminar is designed for experts from central banks and related policy institutions who are interested in payment systems and instruments and the implementation of the regulations and standards regarding payment systems. Participants are encouraged to share their country experiences during the seminar.

Workshops
Monetary Policy
Event Date:

22.05.2017-25.05.2017

Event Coordinator:

Arda Tekirdağ

The objective of this workshop is to examine important structural problems of emerging economies as well as financial stability issues and their link to the monetary policy from both a theoretical and practical perspective. Three different topics will be analyzed during the workshop. Each of these three topics will first be discussed by an experienced scholar in a seminar format, using experience, practices and empirical/theoretical literature. Following this, officials/experts from several central banks, who have particular experience in these three topics will present experiences and relevant policy applications in their countries.

Target Audience: The workshop is designed for officials and economists from central banks and related policy institutions who are interested in monetary policy making and its macroeconomic implications for emerging economies. Participants will be expected to take part in the discussions and share their country experiences.

Seminars
Data Compilation and Analysis
Event Date:

15.05.2017-17.05.2017

Event Coordinator:

Resul Saltabaş

As an important tool for analyzing financial flows between domestic sectors and with the rest of the world, sectoral financial accounts provide a way of examining the financial effects of economic policy and a map of financial flows to be used to analyze sectoral behavior in times of financial crisis. The seminar offered mainly aims to improve participants' knowledge of statistical methodology underlying the financial accounts, linkages, compilation methods, practical issues and future developments. The seminar will also cover how the CBRT compilers harmonize and bridge national statistics and the requirements of European System of Accounts (ESA). Moreover, organizational issues within the Bank and with other agencies will be discussed. Sessions will be devoted to the work of national compilers of financial accounts at the sector level with particular attention paid to difficult areas and subjects that need to be improved specially for SNA 2008 and ESA 2010.

Target Audience: The seminar is designed for experts who are responsible for compiling financial accounts. Participants are encouraged to share their country experiences with short presentations in each session on the compilation of financial accounts.

Event Date:

09.05.2017-12.05.2017

The workshop aims to provide a platform for the central banks of the region to exchange views on the payment system reform process in their individual countries, on the role of the respective central banks in managing change in payment systems and on how developments in the region link with broader global trends. Each topic will be discussed extensively and will be analysed in depth.

Target Audience: The workshop brings together payment systems senior staff and experts.

Event Date:

08.05.2017-11.05.2017

Event Coordinator:

Beyhan Horasanlı

This seminar initially discusses financial crises and how they are linked to the macroeconomy, then presents a macro-prudential policy approach to safeguard macro-financial stability. The program focuses on capital flows and capital flow volatility, building on country experiences. The seminar will continue with financial stability monitoring and assessment issues. Finally, the seminar will provide an emerging economy perspective through the Turkish experience by presenting implications of macro-prudential and monetary policies for macro-financial stability.

Target Audience: The seminar is designed for experts and economists from central banks and related policy institutions who are interested in various aspects of financial stability. Participants are encouraged to share their country experiences during the seminar.

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