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Legal Framework for Central Banking (CBLF)

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Invitation
Course No.: JV 18.12
Location: Vienna, Austria
Date: April 30, 2018-May 4, 2018 (1 Week)
Language: English (Russian)

Target Audience:

Central bank and ministry of finance lawyers dealing with monetary legal issues. The course is targeted at senior counsels; participants should have a solid understanding of the primary legal issues related to central banking and monetary institutional arrangements. Attendance is by invitation only. Prerequisites are specified in the invitation letters.

Qualifications:

Five years of relevant work experience, good knowledge of central bank legal frameworks, and preferably an advanced law degree.

Course Description:

This course, presented by the IMF Legal Department, covers selected issues related to the institutional and legal infrastructure necessary to support sound and effective central banks. It therefore addresses legal underpinnings of the central bank mandate, decision-making structures, autonomy, accountability, transparency, and operations of central banks.

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to- Identify legal issues relevant to central banking and best practice approaches to addressing them, such as through law reform.- Identify legal design approaches that have proven effective, based on cross-jurisdictional experiences shared by presenters and fellow participants.

Important Note for Online Courses:

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Important Note for Internal Economics Training Courses:

Internal Economics Training (IT) courses are self-financed. The IMF will not charge officials for attending courses. However, all travel, insurance, hotel, and living costs will need to be covered by the agency sponsoring the participants.