Blended Finance: Barriers, Opportunities, and Implications for Financial Stability and Supervision

Virtual International Workshop

Open for registration. Contact Us for more info.
Online, Zoom
Jun 24th - Jun 25th, 2024
08:00AM - 12:30PM

(Timezone: EDT)

Eastern Daylight Time UTC - 4

Demet Çanakçı

Senior Program Director

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Program Description

This workshop will equip central bankers, supervisors and regulators with the knowledge and tools to understand blended finance from a market development perspective. 

 

 

Program Agenda

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PROGRAM FEE

There is no fee for this workshop.

Who Should Attend

The program is designed for mid-to-senior-level staff and managers involved in central banking, regulation and supervision of financial services.  Others from government agencies responsible for finance, the economy or international development and cooperation may also find the information of value.  Participants should have at least three years of working experience in supervision, analytical or policy experience in the sector, and be proficient in English.

 

Topics Covered

Upon completion, participants will:

  • Understand the implications of blended finance for domestic financial intermediation, stability, and supervision
  • Gain practical knowledge of contemporary blended finance transactions
  • Learn lessons from recent country experiences and case studies
  • Identify regulatory and supervisory challenges and opportunities related to blended finance and development
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