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Event Date:

18.12.2017-22.12.2017

Event Coordinator:

Arda Tekirdağ

Islamic banking has witnessed considerable developments in the past three decades and is now regarded as one of the fastest growing segments of the global financial system. With its resilience and inclusiveness, Islamic finance during the recent financial crisis has been recognised as an important part of the global financial system, which can contribute to growth and to a new level of soundness and stability. In this context, the role of proper risk management and governance at Islamic banks is essential understanding to ensure stability and growth of Islamic banking. Islamic finance in its spirit is based...

Target Audience: The seminar is designed for medium-level experts, economists and supervisors from central banks, supervisory authorities and related policy institutions who are interested in Islamic banking. Participants are encouraged to share their experiences during the workshop.

Event Date:

27.11.2017-29.11.2017

Event Coordinator:

Resul Saltabaş

The rapid growth of Islamic finance during the last decade has spurred increasing interest in the subject of risk sharing and equity-based financing. This two-day seminar will elaborate the basic concepts of Islamic finance and their application in financial products. The program will overview the alternative funding of the real sector by Islamic banking and its role in strengthening the resilience of the banking sector. Securitization and the structure of sukuk will also be discussed.

Target Audience: The seminar is designed for experts from central banks and related policy institutions who are interested in Islamic financial instruments and participation banking. Participants are encouraged to share their experiences during the seminar.

Seminars
Monetary Policy
Event Date:

23.10.2017-26.10.2017

Event Coordinator:

Ufuk Şenol

As a result of the recent developments in the global financial markets, policy makers focused on the developments in the financial markets, which enabled them to understand the monetary transmission mechanism better. This four-day seminar introduces the participants to the basics of financial market analysis from the perspective of central bankers. The program overviews the financial instruments that are deemed essential to monitor the financial market developments and covers the tools for extracting information from these instruments for monetary policy purposes.

Target Audience: The seminar is designed as an introduction to financial market analysis for practitioners from central banks and related policy institutions who are interested in financial markets. Participants are encouraged to share their country experiences and expected to be familiar with Microsoft Excel.

Event Date:

23.10.2017-24.10.2017

This seminar aims to provide a platform for legal counsels who are involved in legal aspects of central banking. The Seminar is a two-day, interactive event to bring together the leading experts of this field from international institutions, the CBRT and the representatives of central banks. The seminar also provides an invaluable opportunity to strengthen the collaboration among institutions, providing a possible venue for the participants to meet with experts from central banks of various countries.

Target Audience: The seminar is designed for lawyers from central banks, government agencies and international financial institutions.

Event Date:

16.10.2017-20.10.2017

Event Coordinator:

Arda Tekirdağ

This workshop provides an examination of policy perspectives on the linkages between monetary and financial stability, including its dynamic interactions, source of pressures, policy strategy and institutional implication. The workshop will equip participants with overview of the role, objectives, and lessons for the design of financial stability analysis and macroprudential policy in light of the recent financial crisis. Participants will also learn further issues in monetary theory, policy frameworks, exchange rate concepts and measurement, enriched with exchange rate policy. The workshop will be augmented with group works and discussions on a policy mix case study.

Target Audience: The workshop is designed for middle to senior officials from central banks and related institutions working on formulating or implementing monetary policy, macroprudential policy and other related areas in macroeconomics and financial stability.