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Economic Issues in Regional Integration, June 4-15

EU Ambassador Marjaana Sall opened the Economic Issues in Regional Integration course with 33 delegates representing 25 countries and 3 regional organizations. The main objective of the course, presented by the IMF Institute for Capacity Development is to broaden participants’ understanding of economic, monetary, and financial integration. Drawing on theory and on case studies from

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5th ATI Steering Committee held in Abidjan

The 5th ATI Steering Committee (SC) meeting was held in Abidjan back-to-back with the AFRITAC West (AFW) SC meeting on March 23, 2018. The SC expressed appreciation for ATI’s course delivery, including the more balanced regional representation of participants, and endorsed ATI’s FY19 program, which will continue to emphasize peer learning and—echoing the external evaluation—making

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Speech of the First Deputy Governor, Bank of Mauritius on Course on Core Elements of Banking Supervision at the ATI, November 17, 2017

The First Deputy governor of Bank of Mauritius Mr. Y. Googoolye addressed the participants in the valedictory session of the Seminar on Core Elements of Banking Supervision conducted by MCM at ATI on 17 November 2017. He elaborated the developments in the area of Banking Regulation and Supervision at the international level and elucidated the

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Online course – Public Financial Management (PFMx)

Participation in all IMF online courses is free of charge, and there are no limits on the number of participants per country or agency. Please use this link to register for any course. For the full catalog of 2017 online courses, please click here. The Fiscal Affairs Department and the Institute for Capacity Development of

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Intégration régionale: des hauts fonctionnaires discutent des enjeux économiques [VIDEO]

Une trentaine, de hauts fonctionnaires issus d’une douzaine de pays de l’afrique sub-saharienne et de l’océan indien, sont réunis à la cybercité d’Ebène, le temps d’un cours de formation sur les enjeux économiques de l’intégration régionale. Une initiative de l’African Training Institute et du FMI qui a pour but d’améliorer leurs connaissances sur les aspects

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Africa Training Institute (ATI) hosts Australian National University (ANU) Course on Ocean Governance and Sustainable Fisheries

During September 4-15, 2017, the Africa Training Institute (ATI) is hosting an Australia National University (ANU) course on Ocean Governance and Sustainable Fisheries. The course is organized in the context of the Australia Awards Africa program, in collaboration with James Cook University, and Rhodes University, and is the second ANU course hosted by ATI. The

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Intégration régionale: des hauts fonctionnaires discutent des enjeux économiques [VIDEO]

Une trentaine, de hauts fonctionnaires issus d’une douzaine de pays de l’afrique sub-saharienne et de l’océan indien, sont réunis à la cybercité d’Ebène, le temps d’un cours de formation sur les enjeux économiques de l’intégration régionale. Une initiative de l’African Training Institute et du FMI qui a pour but d’améliorer leurs connaissances sur les aspects

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Australia Awards – Africa Program: Macroeconomic Management in Resource-Rich Countries, June 19 – July 7, 2017

The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, in collaboration with the IMF’s Africa Training Institute, will deliver a three week course under the Australia Awards – Africa program. “Macroeconomic Management in Resource-Rich Countries”, which will be delivered in Mauritius from 19 June to 7 July 2017. Applications are currently open and will close on

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Resolving Cross-Border Banks – Lessons from the Nordic and European Banking Crises

BCBS Chair and Governor of the Sveriges Riksbank, Sweden’s central bank, opened the second day of the IMF’s Pan-African conference on cross-border banking and regulatory reforms. His speech focused on lessons he has learned resolving banking crises since the early 1990’s. He concluded by sharing six lessons based on his experiences. Link to Speech: Stefan_Ingves_Keynote

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Cross-Border Banking and Regulatory Reforms: Implications for Africa from International Experience

In the years since the global financial crisis, African banks have played a key role in fostering financial sector deepening and inclusion across the continent. Ten African banks now have a presence in at least 10 countries on the continent, and one is present in more than 30 countries. But this rapid expansion also poses

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