IMF Institute for Capacity Development - Training Programs

Financial Sector Policies

Financial Sector

These courses provide the basic finance to assess benefits and costs of financial instruments, institutions, and markets in a macroeconomic context. The focus is on risks and mitigating policies.

Fiscal Policy

Fiscal Policy

These courses provide a comprehensive analytical framework to understand and assess public finance choices and covers macro-fiscal issues, including revenue and expenditure policies; fiscal frameworks, institutions, and rules; and fiscal sustainability.

General Macroeconomics Analysis

General Macroeconomics

The General Macroeconomic Analysis courses are designed to equip officials with the ability to interpret macroeconomic developments using various techniques and apply analysis to policy formation and forecasting.

Legal Issues

Legal Issues

These courses are presented by IMF’s Legal Department and topics include legal aspects of central banking and financial institutions, fiscal and tax law design, and anti-money laundering.

Macroeconomic Statistics

Macroeconomic Statistics

These courses are presented by IMF’s Statistics Department and topics include macroeconomic statistics covering national accounts, prices, money and financial sector, balance of payments, financial soundness, and government finance.

Monetary and Financial Sector

Monetary and Financial Sector

The topic is presented by the IMF’s Monetary and Capital Markets Department and includes courses on banking supervision, stress testing, financial regulation, and macro-financial risk analysis.

Monetary, Exchange Rate and Capital Account Policies

Exchange Rate

These courses share concepts, tools, models and good practices underlying monetary, exchange rate and capital-account policies to promote macroeconomic and financial stability.

Safeguards Assessments

Safegaurds Assessment

These courses are presented by IMF’s Finance Department and topics include assessment of central bank governance, transparency, and accountability to strengthen the safeguards framework at central banks.

Specialized Fiscal Issues

Specialized Fiscal Issues

These courses are presented by IMF’s Fiscal Affairs Department and topics include tax policy and administration, expenditure policy, public financial management, strengthening fiscal institutions and managing risks, and medium term budgetary framework.

Inclusive Growth and Structural Policies

Special Topics

The other courses cover issues which have recently gained prominence, including energy subsidies, inclusive growth, managing natural resources, regional integration, and vulnerability diagnostics.

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    Fiscal Analysis and Forecasting (FAF)

    Language: English

    July 1, 2019-July 12, 2019 (2 Weeks)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Junior officials from ministries of finance and central banks who would benefit from a better understanding of the macroeconomic dimensions of fiscal policy.

    Apply online by February 01, 2019

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    Financial Development and Financial Inclusion (FDFI)

    Language: English

    October 7, 2019-October 18, 2019 (2 Weeks)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Mid-level to senior officials from central banks and government agencies dealing with regulation of the financial sector. Preference is given to applicants working on issues directly related to financial development and inclusion.

    Apply online by May 10, 2019

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    Assessing and Managing Fiscal Risks (AMFR)

    Language: English

    June 24, 2019-June 28, 2019 (1 Week)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Mid-level to senior government officials in ministries of economy and finance, treasuries, government accounting offices, and national-level fiscal planning bodies.

    Apply online by January 25, 2019

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    Risk-Based Banking Supervision (BSO)

    Language: English

    May 27, 2019-May 31, 2019 (1 Week)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Mid-level bank supervisors.

    Apply online by December 28, 2018

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    Workshop on Corporate and Household Insolvency (CHI)

    Language: English

    July 30, 2019-August 1, 2019 (0.6 Week)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Senior policy makers responsible for the design or implementation of corporate and household insolvency legislation and related issues.

    Invitation

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    Financial Sector Policies (FSP)

    Language: English

    August 19, 2019-August 30, 2019 (2 Weeks)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Junior to senior government officials engaged in setting policy for the financial sector, particularly the staff of central banks, financial regulators, and any other agencies involved in micro- or macroprudential oversight.

    Apply online by March 22, 2019

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    Financial Sector Surveillance (FSS)

    Language: English

    June 10, 2019-June 21, 2019 (2 Weeks)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Junior to mid-level government officials tasked with surveillance of the financial sector, especially staff of the central bank, financial regulators, and other agencies that engage in macroprudential oversight.

    Apply online by January 11, 2019

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    Inclusive Growth (IG)

    Language: English

    May 27, 2019-June 7, 2019 (2 Weeks)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Mid-level to senior officials involved in economic and strategic planning; monitoring and evaluating policy strategies for reducing poverty and inequality; and promoting job creation.

    Apply online by December 28, 2018

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    Fiscal Policy Analysis (FPA)

    Language: English

    November 4, 2019-November 15, 2019 (2 Weeks)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Junior to senior officials interested in better understanding fiscal policy and its macroeconomic implications.

    Apply online by June 07, 2019

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    Implementing the International AML-CFT Standards (AMLS)

    Language: English (Arabic)

    September 22, 2019-September 26, 2019 (1 Week)

    Kuwait City, Kuwait

    Legal drafters, policy makers, financial sector supervisors, and regulators of designated nonfinancial businesses and professions; financial intelligence unit officials; criminal justice officials; and other officials who must assess national moneylaundering and terrorist financing risks to prepare for their countries' mutual evaluations and application of anti-money laundering (AML) and combating the financing of terrorism (CFT) laws.

    Invitation

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    Exchange Rate Policy (ERP)

    Language: English

    January 14, 2019-January 25, 2019 (2 Weeks)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Junior to mid-level officials who work with exchange rate policy and analysis.

    Apply online by October 31, 2018

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    Asset Classification and Provisioning from Prudential and IFRS Perspectives (PACP)

    Language: English

    March 11, 2019-March 15, 2019 (1 Week)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Bank supervisors and officials responsible for managing credit risk and loan loss provisioning in countries that have adopted International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) or are planning to do so.

    Apply online by November 12, 2018

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    Government Finance Statistics (GFS)

    Language: English

    March 25, 2019-April 5, 2019 (2 Weeks)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Officials whose main responsibility is compiling public finance statistics.

    Apply online by November 26, 2018

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    Financial Programming and Policies (FPP)

    Language: English

    January 14, 2019-January 25, 2019 (2 Weeks)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Officials from ministries of finance, economy, and planning and central banks who advise on or help implement macroeconomic and financial policies.

    Apply online by October 31, 2018

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    Selected Issues in the Evolving Financial Regulatory Framework (FRF)

    Language: English

    March 18, 2019-March 22, 2019 (1 Week)

    Singapore, Singapore

    Officials from central banks, ministries of finance, and regulatory agencies involved in financial regulation and/or financial stability analysis.

    Apply online by November 19, 2018

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    Monetary Policy - Canceled (MP)

    Language: English

    December 12, 2018-December 21, 2018 (1.6 Weeks)

    New Delhi, India

    Junior to mid-level senior officials from emerging markets and low-income countries interested in understanding and analyzing the conduct of monetary policy and its interaction with the rest of the economy.

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    Residential Property Price Indices (RPPI)

    Language: English

    November 5, 2018-November 9, 2018 (1 Week)

    Brasilia, Brazil

    Mid-level to senior officials and compilers responsible for, or planning to introduce or develop residential property price indexes (RPPI).

    Deadline for the application has passed.

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    Financial Markets and Instruments (FMI)

    Language: English

    January 28, 2019-February 8, 2019 (2 Weeks)

    Vienna, Austria

    Mid-level to senior officials in central banks, ministries of finance, and financial regulatory agencies who are interested in more advanced finance topics than those covered in the Financial Markets Analysis course.

    Apply online by October 26, 2018

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    Financial Programming and Policies, Part 2: Program Design (FPP.2x)

    Language: English (English)

    March 6, 2019-April 24, 2019 (7.2 Weeks)

    Course Conducted Online, United States

    All government officials are welcome to register. The course is particularly relevant for officials in ministries of finance, economy, and planning and in central banks who advise on macroeconomic and financial policies, or who are involved inconducting policy. The course is offered in English and French.

    Apply online by February 27, 2019

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    Macroeconometric Forecasting (MFx)

    Language: English (English)

    January 1, 2019-April 30, 2019 (17.2 Weeks)

    Course Conducted Online, United States

    All government officials are welcome to register. The course is particularly relevant for officials involved in developing forecasts that are used to design and implement macroeconomic policy. The course is offered in English.

    Apply online by December 25, 2018

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    Macroeconomic Management in Resource-Rich Countries (MRCx)

    Language: English (English)

    March 20, 2019-May 8, 2019 (7.2 Weeks)

    Course Conducted Online, United States

    All government officials are welcome to register. The course is particularly useful for officials from central banks, ministries of finance, and other government agencies involved in the design and execution of policies in resource-rich countries(RRCs). The course is offered in English.

    Apply online by March 13, 2019

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