Technical Cooperation International Workshop and Seminar Programme

The Covid-19 crisis has caused us to make an alteration in our seminar programme for 2020. One seminar has been postponed to 2021 and some of the remaining seminars that are scheduled to take place in Amsterdam have been rescheduled to a later date this year. See below. For content see our brochure (please be aware that the brochure does not contain the date changes).

At this moment our working assumption is that we will in any case offer the seminars, either in Amsterdam (you can register) or by means of video conference on the same dates. In the latter case the persons that registered will have to fill in a new form with information that allows us to provide a video connection to each participant. (An example of such form is already contained on this website for an already planned video course on September 25.)

Please follow this website for further updates.

The registration form for each seminar is presented on this page. You will also find the brochure with all the relevant information concerning these workshops and seminars.   




3-4 Sept 2020                    

Data-driven bank supervision

10 August 2020                                        

25 Sept 2020 *              
9.30 am -12.00 pm CET

Energy transition stress testing (video course)

4 Sept 2020       

5-7 Oct 2020                           

Payments and market infrastructures

14 Sept 2020

5-6 Nov 2020

Operational monetary policy

12 Oct 2020

23-25 Nov 2020

Using data from banks for supervision and statistics – follow-up on 2019

2 Nov 2020

1-3 Dec 2020

Technological challenges for internal audit

9 Nov 2020

15-16 April 2021

Insurance supervision in a changing world

18 Febr 2021

 *To participate in the video course of September 25 please use this registration form.

Please e-mail the registration form before September 4, 2020 to the secretariat of Technical   

The Technical Cooperation International Seminar Programme of De Nederlandsche Bank is aimed in principle at the staff of central banks of countries forming part of the IMF/Belgium-Dutch constituency headed by The Netherlands. However, we may also invite other central banks to attend individual seminars; this will be determined on a case-by-case basis.

The purpose of the seminar programme is twofold:

  • To present some recent developments in respect of specific central banking issues from the perspective of De Nederlandsche Bank, also as a member of the European System of Central Banks.
  • To exchange views on specific central banking issues in order to learn from each other’s experiences. This implies that the precise content of the seminars will be determined in part by the specific wishes of the prospective participants. During some of the seminars participants might be invited to give a presentation on topics in their field of expertise. Therefore, a good command of English is required.
    We welcome any comment on the content of the seminar.