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The Covid crisis of 2020 and our experience with online seminars has led to a new set-up for our seminar courses in 2021. We will offer online seminars, with open registration and some 'by invitation only'.

The seminars will consist of one half day or several half days (mostly mornings CET.) The registration form for open seminars is presented on the right hand side of this page. For seminars by invitation only, a registration form will be sent to the participants invited. 

Our seminar program will be announced for a rolling period of six months ahead. (No calendar year programming anymore.)

Please find below the current information.

Video Seminar

(New)dates

Information

Technological changes for internal audit

Q1/Q2 2021

No definite date available yet

Insurance supervision in a changing world

22 - 23 April 2021

Registrationform

Data-driven bank supervision

Q2/Q3 2021

No definite date available yet

Operational Monetary Policy (by invitation only)

May 2021

No definite date available yet

Accounting and Finance

Q2/Q3 2021

No definite date available yet

Cyber resilience

Q3/Q4 2021

Possibly Amsterdam (2 days)

Central Bank Asset Management (by invitation only)

Q4 2021

No definite date available yet

Resolution for banks, High level (by invitation only)

Q4 2021

No definite date available yet

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.